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HYDROPOWER-EUROPE

Deliverables

Report on the first wider stakeholder consultation process

This report will summarise findings from the initial consultation process - including the three regional workshops and initial online consultation

Risk Management Plan

Plan listing all recognised risks, actions that might be taken to manage or mitigate the risks, and residual level of risk when managed.

Stakeholder engagement and consultation plan

The Stakeholder engagement and consultation plan will define the objectives of stakeholder engagement and indicate how involvement of stakeholders is achieved at each stage of the consultation process. The strategy will be publicly available and will include the vision for stakeholder engagement and the details of purpose, players, methods and responsibilities.

HYDROPOWER-EUROPE Project Method and Activity Plan (PMAP)

The project management and activity plan describes processes and procedures that will be used by the project team to support project management, communication and working processes throughout the project.

CEP recommendations arising from the 2nd wider stakeholder consultation process

CEP recommendations arising from the 2nd wider stakeholder consultationprocess

CEP recommendations on the 1st draft RIA & TR

CEP recommendations on the 1st draft Research and Innovation Agenda & Technology Roadmap

Document entitled “Current status of hydropower technology »

Inputs from Tasks 3.1 and 3.2 will be put into a readable, concise text that brings out the main messages. It will be a discussion document for the First Wider Stakeholder consultation.

CEP recommendations for the final RIA & TR

CEP recommendations for the final Research and Innovation Agenda Technology Roadmap

HYDROPOWER-EUROPE Community sustainability strategy

The HYDROPOWEREUROPE project will facilitate structuring of the hydropower community within Europe and the creation of a Research and Innovation Agenda and Roadmap for implementation However after the 3yr lifecycle of the HYDROPOWEREUROPE initiative there will need to be a plan in place for future sustainabilityUnder this task a review of potential options to ensure the future sustainability of the HYDROPOWEREUROPE forum and hence the Research Innovation Agenda will be undertaken and the preferred option will be initiated during the final year of the project to ensure a smooth transition beyond project completion

CEP recommendations arising from the 1st wider stakeholder consultation process

Recommendations arising from the 1st wider stakeholder consultation process

Discussion document for the Technology Roadmap

Material from the “Initial Contact Online” (input from Task 2.4) will be used to write a background document, updating the challenges addressed by hydropower development for the First Wider Stakeholder consultation process (WP2).

Ethical Procedures and Approval Report

Report detailing an assessment of ethical procedures relevant to the project work programme, and steps required by partners comply with the ethical processes.

Report on the second wider consultation process

This report details findings from the second wider consultation process which will take place in Brussels and where the EC and key stakeholders will be invited to review and provide feedback on the evolving draft of Technology Roadmap and Research and Innovation Agenda

CEP recommendations on the initial structure of RIA & TR and the current status of hydropower technology

In a first workshop in Brussels, the proposed documents structure (from the editing team - see Tasks 4.1 and 4.2) will be evaluated, and the methodology for the research categorisation and prioritisation process will be agreed by the CEP, taking into account feedback from the first stakeholder consultation (online) (WP2).

Online tools supporting project team work, networking, online library and events

A team working area of the project website, the Consortium Online Work Area (COWA), will be created with tools and systems to support team working, consultation and communication. The online tools will be developed to meet the specific needs of the project and project team. For instance, tools to support stakeholder mapping (HYDROPOWER-EUROPE Forum database), stakeholder participation in workshops, consultation process (e.g. management of events, T&S costs etc) and an open library accessible to all partners through this area, are included.

Data Management Plan prepared and maintained

Data management plan - assessment of data that the project will collate and process. Procedures to be followed to comply with good practice, including ethical procedures.

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Publications

Hydropower as a catalyst for the energy transition within the European Green Deal: Part II: The complex environment of hydropower, biodiversity challenges and main innovation and research directions.

Author(s): Jean-Jacques Fry, Anton J. Schleiss and Mark Morris
Published in: Proc. of the Symposium “Sharing water: Multi-purpose of Reservoirs and Innovations”, 27th ICOLD Congress, Marseille, May 30 - June 4, 2022, France, 2022, Page(s) 1-12
Publisher: E3S Web of Conferences
DOI: 10.1051/e3sconf/202234604016

Hydropower as a catalyst for the energy transition within the European Green Deal: Part I: Urgency of Green Deal and role of Hydropower.

Author(s): Jean-Jacques Fry, Anton J. Schleiss and Mark Morris
Published in: Proc. of the Symposium “Sharing water: Multi-purpose of Reservoirs and Innovations”, 27th ICOLD Congress, Marseille May 30 - June 4, 2022, France, 2022, Page(s) 1-12
Publisher: E3S Web of Conferences
DOI: 10.1051/e3sconf/202234604015

The importance of hydropower development for the energy transition in Europe

Author(s): Schleiss A.J.
Published in: Proceedings of the 11th ICOLD European Club Symposium, Chania, Crete, October 2 to 4, 2019, 2019
Publisher: Greek Committee on Large Dams & European Club of ICOLD

The HYDROPOWER-EUROPE forum devoted to the development of hydropower in the next decades

Author(s): Fry J.J., Schleiss A.J., Morris M., Granados A.
Published in: Proceedings HydroES 2019, Grenoble, France, January 29-30, 2019, 2019, ISBN 979-10-93567-09-9
Publisher: Société hydrotechnique de France (SHF)

Hydropower, a catalyst for energy transition in Europe

Author(s): Fry, J.-J., Morris, M. & Schleiss, A.
Published in: LHB, 27678490, 2022, Page(s) 1-4, ISSN 2767-8490
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
DOI: 10.1080/27678490.2022.2058825

Hydropower Europe Workshop in Lausanne

Author(s): Anton Schleiss
Published in: WASSERWIRTSCHAFT, 110/1, 2020, Page(s) 48-48, ISSN 0043-0978
Publisher: Vieweg
DOI: 10.1007/s35147-019-0331-0

Report on Lausanne workshop (Rückblick auf Workshop “Hydropower Europe” and der EPFL)

Author(s): Schleiss A.J., Fry J.J.
Published in: Wasser Energie Luft (WEL), 111. Jahrgang, Heft 4, 2019, Page(s) 271, ISSN 0377-905X
Publisher: Schweizerischer Wasserwirtschaftsverband

The Hydropower-Europe forum and the technology roadmap

Author(s): Fry J.J., Schleiss A.J, Morris M.
Published in: Hydropower & Dams, 2018, Vol. 25, n. 5,, 2018, Page(s) pp 53-56, ISSN 1352-2523
Publisher: Aqua Media International Ltd.

Research themes and strategic actions to promote hydropower as a catalyst for the energy transition in Europe

Author(s): J.-J. Fry, A. Misech, H. Multhaupt, M. Morris, A. J. Schleiss
Published in: Hydropower & Dams, 13522523, 2022, Page(s) 37-47, ISSN 1352-2523
Publisher: Aqua Media International Ltd.

Assessing the energy potential of modernizing the European hydropower fleet

Author(s): Emanuele Quaranta, George Aggidis, Robert M. Boes, Claudio Comoglio, Carlo De Michele, Epari Ritesh Patro, Evgeniia Georgievskaia, Atle Harby, Ioannis Kougias, Sebastian Muntean, Juan Pérez-Díaz, Pedro Romero-Gomez, Marco Rosa-Clot, Anton J. Schleiss, Elena Vagnoni, Markus Wirth, Alberto Pistocchi
Published in: Energy Conversion and Management, 01968904, 2021, ISSN 0196-8904
Publisher: Pergamon Press Ltd.
DOI: 10.1016/j.enconman.2021.114655

Hydropower as a catalyst for the energy transition

Author(s): HYDROPOWER EUROPE Anton J. Schleiss
Published in: 2022, Page(s) 10-15, ISBN 978-3-96248-300-7
Publisher: VGB