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How to design new plants in line with climate change?

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How to design new plants in line with climate change?

Designing new plants, or revamping existing ones, requires a detailed study of long-term (+30 years) water availability projections.

Currently applied technologies are mostly based on historical data, thus they do not account for the global warming impact on climate.

Waterjade opens the possibility to rely on various future hydrological scenarios, spanning to up to 30 years from now.

How?

  • By taking into consideration different Representative Concentration Pathways (RCP) of CO2 concentration in the atmosphere

  • By assessing the impact on snowfall, rainfall and ice mass, if any

  • By applying adequate analysis models to assess the hydrological response on the specific plant.

In this way Engineering companies can:

  • Size the plan with reduced uncertainty about future hydrological scenarios.

  • Plan customised interventions to deal with flood peaks and lows.

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