Deliverables

Below is the list of our published project deliverables.

62 deliverables are due by the end of the project.

* Final Technical Report *

Overview of the results & their exploitation and dissemination. Selection of highlights of project outcomes and societal impacts.

D8.2 Hydropower Policy Brief

This report presents the hydropower policy-brief: “The benefits of informing hydropower reservoir operations with climate and inflow forecasts”. This policy brief summarizes the key results and recommendations from research carried out during the IMPREX project on four case studies representative of typical hydropower systems encountered in Europe. Based on strong collaborations with stakeholders and operational managers from European energy production companies, proof-of-concept demonstrators were developed to show the value of hydro-meteorological forecasts for the hydropower sector. Key messages and recommendations are presented in this policy brief.

Deliverable 10.2 - Impact in Segura and Llobregat basins

Urban water supply in Europe is vulnerable to weather extremes and their evolutions in the long term.

This report D10.2 describes water quality forecasts obtained in the project case studies: Segura Basin, Llobregat Basin and other sites situated in Spain. The water quality forecasts developed in the project will improve the actions included in the Drinking Water Treatment Plants (DWTPs) Water Safety Plans (WSPs), thus leading to safer and more resilient supply of drinking water.

Deliverable_3.6 - Improved extremes in regional climate

We investigate how a very high resolution (≤3 km grid spacing) convective permitting regional climate model (CPRCM) can be used to provide information about precipitation and precipitation extremes for three regions covering Scandinavia, West-Central Europe and Southwestern Europe in today’s climate and in a climate representing a warmer world....

Deliverable 11.3 - Application of multihazard drought risk management tools

This deliverable reports on the application of a multihazard drought risk management tool in three pilot studies. One of the pilots is located in Spain and two of the pilots are located in The Netherlands. The methods used in the two countries differ. A description of the applied methods and the results are given. The risk profiles and conclusions that can be drawn from them are described. A comparison of the pilot studies is made, in which the differences and the implications of the differences are described.

The drought risk approach has not yet proven its use in management or operational advice. Based on the results of the three case studies, the method is promising.

Deliverable 1.4 - Minutes of GA and SAB meetings

Deliverable 2.1 - Sectoral summary of climate vulnerability and risk practice

Deliverable 2.2 - Stakeholder interaction protocol

Deliverable 3.2 - Improved short-term prediction of extremes