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  • Fostering greater resource efficiency in water networks

REDAWN aims to foster the adoption of hydropower energy recovery technology in built water networks in the Atlantic Area (AA).  

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 aims to improve the energy efficiency of water networks through the installation of innovative micro-hydropower (MHP) technology. This technology will recover wasted energy in existing pipe networks across irrigation, public water supply, process industry, and waste-water network settings.

The REDAWN project brings together 15 partners from 5 countries around the Atlantic coast working towards greater efficiency in water networks.

This is a three-year project enabled by financial assistance from ERDF funds of the Interreg Atlantic Area programme.  The project will complete in Summer 2021.

Click on the project summary film below to meet the team and to find out more.

Check out our new interactive app

REDAWN has produced and quantified the energy resource potential of water networks across the Atlantic Area (AA).  Please click here or on the image below to access the interactive app which includes games and a series of activities about the energy recovery potential in water networks in the AA.  These activities help the user to discover the results of the REDAWN project.   

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