REDAWN's stand at NI Water Event

Our partners from Action Renewables and Trinity College Dublin attended February's WWT Water Northern Ireland Conference in Belfast, with a stand about our latest work.

We will be with our partners SMPGA at stand 3-542 on both Wednesday 30th and Thursday 31st January: come and say hi!

Proposals are now being invited by our partner FAEN for tender for the projection, execution, monitoring and maintenance of a hydroelectric generation pilot plant supplied with irrigation water at a site in Andalucia, Spain.

Pump as turbine technology featured in the pilot

This article features the pilot test of our innovative microhydropower technology at in an irrigation plant in Andalucia.

Follow this link to download the pdf of the article, which was originally featured in ABC Sevilla on 22 October 2018.  (Original text in Spanish)


Some of our speakers at the industry session on micro hydro power

Micro hydro energy recovery and system control towards smart water grids featured in a special industry session at WatefCon18.

Speakers included representatives from industry leaders RSS Portugal, KSB, INDAQUA, Saint Gobain PAM, Technilab Portugal, as well as REDAWN partners from IST-Lisboa and Trinity College Dublin.

We have published the films of this event at our REDAWN YouTube channel.

For the English translation follow this link:

Want to find out more about the REDAWN project?  We have just added two new films to our YouTube Channel 

REDAWN Project Overview was filmed during the launch of the project in France in early 2018, and gives more detail about what we hope to achieve over the next few years.  

The upcoming Water Efficiency Conference in Aveiro, Portugal will feature a special session devoted to the latest innovations in micro hydro energy recovery.

Our partners Helena Ramos (IST Lisbon) and Jorge García Morillo (University of Cordoba) presented at IRCSEEME 2018

Presenters at this years EWaS3 conference

This year's EWaS3 conference in June 2018 focussed on efficient water systems giving insights on the Water-Food-Energy Nexus.

Scientists addressed and discussed issues related to hydraulics, hydrology, water resources systems management, climate change and environmental systems. Out of the 200 papers submitted, 140 were selected for oral or poster presentation.

REDAWN partners Armando Carravetta from UNINA and Helena Ramos from IST-Lisboa led a masterclass at this year's 5th IAHR congress in Trento, Italy on "New challenges in water supply networks", as well as meeting hundreds of delegates at our busy exhibition stand.