Roll-out event (20.03.2019)
Here you can find the presentations of the roll-out event, which took place on 20th March 2019 as side event of the Water Market Europe in Brussels.
|1-Introduction to the WaterWatt Project.pdf||1,3 MB|
|2-Improving of Energy Efficiency in Industrial Water Circuits.pdf||2,1 MB|
|3-Features and tools of the E3 Platform.pdf||8,4 MB|
|4-Energy Efficiency Management.pdf||479 KB|
Trainings sessions (2019)
Materials used in the trainings sessions.
The selected deliverables are declared as public. However, the revision by the European Commission may still not finished yet.
WP 1 – Study of Energy Consumption in Industrial Water Circuits
|Catalogue of representative industrial water circuits and their units with specific energy consumption (D1.3)
In the frame of case studies representative circuits and their units were examined in detail. The results were documented in questionnaires (D1.2). The main circuit units were pumps, cooling towers, gravel filters, sedimentation tanks and gas scrubbers. The main electricity consumers were pumps and cooling tower ventilators. The data of these units were derived from the questionnaires to calculate specific energy consumption values. These values can be used for benchmarks definition. This deliverable (D1.3) provides joint basis for further studies in WP2.
WP 2 – Modelling and Optimization of Industrial Water Circuits
|Report with the description of the methodology used to modelling the typical water circuits. (D2.1)
The specific objectives of Task 2.1. is to provide generic models of each component of the ten selected case study circuits in WP1. This report gives an overview of the process of producing the physical models that simulates the industrial water circuits from the WaterWatt case studies. The report explains the methodology followed and the choices taken through the process of producing the WaterWatt models.
WP 5 – Financial Instruments and Exploitation
|Report on existing National and European Funds for Energetic efficiency improvement in industrial water circuits (D5.1)
The objective of this deliverable D5.1 is to identify, assess, compile and summarise suitable financial funds/tools/instruments for the support of energy efficiency improvements in industrial water circuits in the EU and in the following countries: Germany, Italy, Norway, Portugal and United Kingdom.