The National Electricity Market Operator of North Macedonia MEMO starts cooperation with the Faculty of electrical engineering and information technologies (FEEIT) in Skopje

08.07.2021, Skopje - The Dean of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies, Ph.D. Dimitar Tashkovski signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with the CEO of MEMO - National Electricity Market Operator of North Macedonia, Mr. Simon Shutinoski.

Signing of Memorandum of cooperation between MEMO and FEEIT

According to Tashkovski, the cooperation is an opportunity for students to gain practical education in another institution, as well as for both institutions to cooperate in the development of many mutual projects.


"As a Faculty, we are focused on providing new aspects in the studies for our students and creating new opportunities for the professors, as a result we continue to sign memoranda through which this will be achieved. This is an opportunity for our students to learn how the electricity market functions and how prices and other economic parameters are being defined. This is only the first step in our cooperation, which will deepen more in the future," Tashkovski said.

Signing of Memorandum of cooperation between MEMO and FEEIT


The CEO of MEMO, Sutinoski is pleased that they are starting the cooperation with FEEIT.


"As a National Electricity Market Operator - MEMO, we will help develop future staff in the field of electrical engineering. This cooperation creates an opportunity for all interested students at FEEIT to gain practical knowledge and to get familiar with the operation of the electricity market in the Republic of North Macedonia, and in the near future with the power exchange, both of which are managed and operated by MEMO. We expect strengthening and deepening of our cooperation through joint projects in the field of electrical engineering and information technologies, above all, R&D and other application projects which are of mutual interest and will contribute to the development and advancement of both parties," said Shutinoski after signing the Memorandum of Cooperation.


According to the signed Memorandum, the signatories will cooperate in various fields such as: on research and development projects, exchange of expertise and professional teams, preparation of master's theses, work on application projects, consulting activities, student internships as well as various lectures, seminars and other events.