The iAMP-Hydro Project started with a first gathering in Dublin, Ireland

The iAMP-Hydro Project started with a first gathering in Dublin, Ireland

On 8 November 2023, the first gathering of the iAMP-Hydro consortium took place.

It was perfectly organised by TCD and brought together the colleagues from seven different countries who will work together in the coming three years to achieve six important results ( R ) for the hydropower sector, or better say for the ageing fleet of European hydropower plants. The discussed results are:.

R1. Condition monitoring and predictive maintenance modelling;
R2. Ecological status monitoring and water management;
R3. Improved weather and flow forecasting.
The full package of digital solutions will be validated at a diverse set of five real-world existing hydropower plants producing evidence for policy making to support the green and digital transition of hydropower (R6).
The existing plants include differing power capacities, electro-mechanical equipment type, water end-use, flow and head regimes, climatic conditions, and environmental sensitivities (biodiversity).
R5. Data driven decision making & data analysis shall enable hydropower plant operators to take the best decision for their plants.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101122167.
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