20 September 2018 - 07:00
Renewable energy from water is often considered infeasible in flat, low-land regions. However, there are plenty of opportunities to tap into the power produced by rivers, waves and tides. On this day we bring together the practical and the academic world. Join us on this day-long seminar to:
- Theory: What are current knowledge gaps?
- Practical: How much energy can be won from low-head solutions?
- Frontiers: New technologies, on-going research
Version: August 20
*All titles are preliminary
There will be a site visit to the two plants introduced by the 2nd and 3rd speaker. We have arranged a bus to take people from the main venue (IHE Delft) to the site visits and back. The busride will take approximately 1.5 hours. On the way back to Delft, we will make a stop at NS station Zaltbommel.
The morning program will take place at IHE Delft. Directions can be found here.
For questions you can contact dr. Alessandra Crosato <firstname.lastname@example.org>
There is a maximum of 50 seats. Everyone who registers after the maximum has been reached, will be placed on a waiting list.