Second Stakeholder Workshop Morocco.

On 4 December 2018, the Wuppertal Institut in cooperation with the Moroccan research institute MENARES successfully carried out the second stakeholder workshop in the WANDEL case study on solar thermal power plants (CSP) in the Moroccan Ouarzazate.

 

First International Workshop in Kassel.

On November 12 and 13, 2018, the "1st International Workshop" in the WANDEL project took place in Kassel, at which international practice partners presented themselves.

Sugarcane field in the case study site in Brazil.

From 04.06 to 09.06.2018, a delegation of the WANDEL team was not only allowed to get to know the wonderful Brazilian hospitality, but also to gain insights into the everyday life of two sugar mills and the associated sugar cane fields in the region of Cerrados in the state of Goiás.

Weir Gundelfingen (Case Study Danube).

On May 24, 2018, WAWI invited the stakeholders of the case studies "Hydropower on the Upper Danube" and "Coal Power on the Weser" (AP1) to a first workshop in Kassel.

Stakeholder Workshop Marokko.

On April 26, 2018, the Wuppertal Institute in cooperation with the Moroccan research institute MENARES successfully organized the first stakeholder workshop in the WANDEL- Case Study on Solar Thermal Power Plants (CSP) in the Moroccan Ouarzazate.

Exchange on the GRoW cross section topics.

On the 21st of March 2018 representatives of all GRoW-projects that work on and with the water footprint met in Berlin to talk about interfaces between the projects. On the 22nd and 23rd of March the cross section topics "Economic and other incentive mechanisms" and "Achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)" were discussed.

WANDEL-Share geoportal prototype.

On the 31th of January and 1st of Febuary 2018 mundialis presented the prototype of WANDEL-Share geoportal in Bonn.

Water is an important factor regarding the usage of fossile and renewable energy carriers. If and how the globally available water supports the usage of renewable energy systems and can thwart fossile energy carriers, is now the focus of a group of nine German research facilities and small and medium-sized enterprises.