The SWWW 2018 Outcomes series provides access to key resources and highlights the main takeaways from panel sessions at Stockholm Water Week 2018 related to the water-energy-food Nexus.
The development of alternative strategies and technical solutions incorporated in existing structures, used primarily for other purposes, represents an additional and profitable solution for energy generation with low impact. However this may be hindered by the lack of a proper evaluation of the available energy, doubts about technical solutions and the lobby of the big hydropower, solar and wind power industries. The event will be an open debate, preceded by short presentations by invited participants who are key players in the hydropower industry.
Event promoted under the auspices of the three-years program S-MultiStor.
- Mário Franca, UN IHE, Institute for Water Education
- Miroslav Marence, UN IHE, Institute for Water Education
- Tareq Emtairah, IIEE, International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics
- Anton J. Schleiss, EPFL, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
- César Carmona-Moreno, EC, European Commission
- David Hendricks
- Mário Franca; Miroslav Marence: Towards the Circularization of Hydroelectricity using the Existing Hydraulic Infrastructure
- IHE Delft
- Participation of IHE Delft on the WEFE NEXUS - SDGs Position Paper Workshop
- S-MultiStor: Sustainable Hydropower and Multipurpose Storage to meet Water, Food, and Energy Development Goals: A Program for Collaborative Research and Innovation
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