Sympraxis Team has undertaken the strategic coordination of the dialogue among stakeholders, the compilation of the stakeholder engagement plan and the stakeholder mapping of an important Project of Common Interest (PCI) of the European Union: the EuroAsia Interconnector. The project interconnects the electrical systems of Israel, Cyprus and Greece (Crete – Attica) through a sub-marine cable with a total capacity of 1,000 MW and with a total budget of EUR 3.5 billion, while having significant results in critical energy issues such as the end of the energy isolation of Crete, the development of Alternative Energy Sources through new wind farms in Crete, the creation of new jobs and the geopolitical upgrading of Greece as an energy hub between the eastern Mediterranean and the EU. Sympraxis Team cooperates with EuroAsia Interconnector Limited, the company which has been commissioned by the European Commission as the official entity to implement this Project of Common Interest.