REDAWN and Beyond - Online final event
Learn about the project results to reduce energy dependency in Atlantic Area water networks
The water industry is the 4th most energy intensive sector in the Atlantic area, responsible for significant contributions to climate change and reductions in competitiveness due to associated costs. REDAWN project aims to improve the energy efficiency of water networks through the installation of innovative micro-hydropower (MHP) technology to recover wasted energy in existing pipe networks across irrigation, public water supply, process industry, and waste-water network settings.
The REDAWN final event will be held online next 9th February and will give an overview of the project objectives and activities as well the merits of MHP technologies to the Atlantic Area and beyond.The objectives of the event are to engage stakeholders with a range of interactive activities, highlight available sources of information on the innovative topic areas and to connect and inform delegates through networking opportunities, video, virtual tours and breakout sessions.
Published on: 2021-01-12
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