ADOPTION OF MICRO HYDROPOWER (MHP) IN COMMUNITY WATER NETWORKS
This survey aims to understand the drivers, opportunities and constraints to the adoption of micro hydropower (MHP) in water networks. It is part of an EU project titled: Reducing Energy Dependencies in Water Networks (REDAWN) which aims to investigate and propose innovative policy, technological and social-economic solutions to promote and support the wider use of MHPs in the Atlantic Area. The EU’s Atlantic Area consists of Ireland, Portugal, parts of the United Kingdom, France and Spain. The project will also propose information tools and demonstration sites to enable community groups, organisations and institutions to investigate and implement MHPs in their water networks.
Your contribution through this survey will help to understand the needs, opportunities and barriers to the adoption of renewable energy sources such as micro hydro power (MHP) systems in your area. The information you provide will inform the REDAWN research activities and help us to propose practical tools and recommend policy strategies to support and encourage the use of MHPs for social, economic and environmental benefit.

Ethics and user data
This study is governed by the Trinity College Dublin’s research ethics guidelines and has been approved by the university’s ethics committee. Once received, all user data will be stored in a secure location and only accessible to the project team. Participation in this study is voluntary. All participant’s response will be anonymised and kept confidential. No identifier information will be shared and included in any publication of the results of this study.

Questions about this survey can be directed to: Dr John Gallagher, Email: J.Gallagher@tcd.ie

This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Interreg Atlantic Area Programme.

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