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Watch our latest film about our micro-hydro technology as it was featured in our recent Energy Day.

Taking place in May 2019, our Energy Day was an open day in which we promoted the transition to clean energy by presenting our demonstration site that tests our REDAWN technology in the context of irrigation.

This pilot plant replaces a diesel generator on a farm in Andalucia with a sustainable solution which will save the farm fuel costs and reduce harmful emissions.

Our latest partner meeting was at Instituto Superior Técnico in Lisbon, where we heard about progress on the project from all of the partners, including the latest on our three pilot sites in France, Spain and Portugal, before viewing the technical labs where some of the testing for our micro-hydro technology is taking place.

We will be showing off our latest work at Future Resource Expo. Dr Kemi Adeyeye, the project lead for the WATEF network, will be speaking about REDAWN at the show on Wednesday 11 September at 12:30 at Energy & Water Efficiency Theatre 14. 
Come and meet us at stand T162 and catch up on the latest news from the project.

Follow the links to media coverage about our Energy Day event, celebrating the launch of our pilot techology in irrigation networks.

In one week's time on May 29, we will be holding an "Energy Day": a day where we will be promoting the transition to clean energy.

Two new brochures have been published featuring the successes of the EU Interreg Atlantic Area Programme, which supports the REDAWN project. 

During the month of April, the installation work and start up tests for our irrigation pilot plant has been completed.  This pilot will be testing the generation of micro-hydro energy at the Cortijo Calonge farm in Palma del Río (Spain).

The winning company, Tecnoturbines, has been finalizing the installation of the entire monitoring system so that the technology is available and ready to start generating clean and sustainable energy before the imminent irrigation season begins.

Join us for our free open day and visit our REDAWN project pilot plant in Andalucia, which pioneers the recovery of valuable energy lost in irrigation water networks.  

This week delegates from the Tunisian government visited Seville to learn more about the Andalucian sustainable energy model and the latest renewable energy projects.

Our own Miguel Crespo Cachon of Trinity College Dublin was at the meeting hosted by the Agencia Andaluza de la Energía, to present on REDAWN, including our demonstration plant near Cordoba.

Hear from Rui Silva Santos in this live interview discussing REDAWN and energy recovery in Madeira,  and on the aim to pioneer this type of project. Watch now by following this link

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