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Greener Waterway Infrastructure (Green WIN)是一個核心西北歐洲（NWE）資助的項目，從2018年11月到2022年。它在沿著該地區河流和運河泵送水時，它解決了多餘的能源使用和高碳排放水路管理組織（WMO的）原因。項目夥伴關係由WMO，大學，公共服務機構和來自NWE的內陸水道專家組成，致力於共同努力尋找解決這個問題的解決方案。
Partners will carry out laboratory trials to check how well current pumping technologies, systems and processes are performing and to see if we can adapt these to optimise performance, use less energy and produce fewer emissions. We trial different configurations of equipment to see if they work more efficiently and if there are optimal ways to deploy these re-configurations in different hydrological and operational scenarios. We also examine how, or if, we can incorporate renewable energy solutions into existing pumping technologies.
This research stage is followed by live testing of the strongest solutions developed, at 11 pilot sites across the UK, Ireland and France to check how they work in real operational conditions.
Our aim is for the solutions progressed inGreen WINto be developed further, or adapted, by SME’s and pump manufacturers. Individuals or representatives from their trade organisations are being invited to support these activities, participating on an谘詢委員會, giving technical advice at the installations of pumps / systems at the trials and in the initial testing at the University of Liège’s laboratories. Their commercial insights will give us a better understanding of the industry’s needs and help ensure we focus on the things that should increase the chances of our greener technologies, systems and processes getting to market.
Persuading others to adopt綠色勝利solutions as good practice is vital if we are to achieve wider efficiencies and carbon reductions. We will be working hard to ensure our tested solutions are applied across more NWE waterways and want to encourage WMO’s outside the partnership to install equipment or adopt the improved systems and processes demonstrated. The investment, procurement and business plan we set out in a綠色實踐工具包is intended to assist their pump replacement planning when existing equipment approaches ‘end of life’.
We will set up aGreener Waterways Network促進和維持調查結果Green WINlong in to the future, teaming up with other inland waterway organisations and environmental groups to champion this initiative and encourage more WMO’s across Europe to use them to help ‘make their waterways greener’.
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Ministerie van Infrastructuur en Waterstaat
Université de Liège - HECE
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Two days to go before the first face meeting of the GreenWIN technical sub-goup...
Following the first partners' meeting in Paris in November, it was agreed that a technical sub group call would be organised to discuss the test and trials and all other technical requirements for the project.
Following the first partners' meeting in Paris in November, it was agreed that a communication sub group call would be organised quickly to discuss the communication plan and schedule as well as the poster, banner, plaque and flyer in order to offer a final draft to all the partners.