Passionate about the water industry? We are hiring for the coolest posdctoral research position you ever came across! Job spec and details in our website. #EUIRelandWales @dwr_uisce Come and work with a fantastic team! Post-doctoral Researcher in Innovation, Networking and Learning in the Water IndustryRead more
From a project to a spin out: Ana and Paul from the #business #dwruisce delivered research comercialisation activities with #Tangent students at @trinitycollege.Read more
The installation of the drain water heat recovery system at the kitchen drain at Penrhyn Castle, Wales, has started. Three different configurations of the system will be tested, the expected heating savings for the kitchen range from 25-38%.
The drainage drops from the tea room kitchen on the floor above, through the coal yard into the sewer system. At a 2m drop through the coal yard, the drain pipe is replaced by two copper heat exchangers. One of them will serve to preheat the feed water, similar to traditional heat recovery from showers. The second one will heat a recirculating loop, in order to address mismatches between hot water demand in the kitchen, and the availability of hot drain water.
This month we are twitting about water and energy news from our website content just for you!!!!! Visit our website at www/dwr-uisce.euRead more
Thank you for being with us in 2018! #demosites #newsletter #workshops #events and much more is on the schedule for 2019!Read more
Conference highlights for you. For full coverage, presentations and critical insights sign up for our January 2019 newsletter here:http://eepurl.com/dFvBmTRead more
All our video materials are now online for you at https://www.dwr-uisce.eu/our-videos/ #dwruisce2018Read more
We are approaching the date of our Annual Conference! We are looking forward to see you there. This email summarizes a few things you need to know about the day! Live news for this event can be followed using the hashtag #dwruisce2018 on google.
Conference venue: google maps.
Are you an exhibitor? Would you like to bring any promotional materials? Let our team know so we can try to accommodate your needs. Let us know by 15th October what would you like to bring.
Conference programme: here.
We will also have 10 intersectoral 2-minutes pitches including:
Bangor University (Dwr Uisce): 1. Climate change & 2. Water industry benchmarking
Trinity College Dublin (REDAWN)
University College Dublin: ESIPP (Energy Systems Integration Partnership Programme (ESIPP)
5. WIFI: If you need wifi access sign the wifi sheet during registration and get your unique access code.
6. During the event companies attending will be invited to sign a registration form. This is important for us so that we can report to our funding agency you were at our event. This form may also serve as a registration step for eligible companies to become official members of our network. As such, they can enjoy a range of benefits from our events and research. Visit our website for more info and eligibility criteria.
7. Not coming? Let us know. It is a free event and we have a waiting list of people waiting a place to attend.
To follow live news of our events google the hashtag: #dwruisce2018.
Dwr Uisce team
The 4 kW turbine designed for the Ty Mawr Wybrnant Demo Site in Northern Wales has been assembled in the facilities of Trinity College Dublin and is ready to be dispatched. It is the core of the soon-to-be-built powerhouse, and will provide the local historical farmhouse managed by National Trust with 19,000 kWh of clean electricity per year.
More info on the Demo Site can be found here.Read more