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Multi-purpose dams

Multi-purpose dams

  • CTCN/The International CCS Knowledge Centre webinar : The Shand CCS Feasibility Study - Second Generation CCS for the Globe and Multi-Sectors

    Type: 
    Webinar
    Date and time:
    Wednesday, January 23, 2019 - Wednesday, January 23, 2019 Europe/Copenhagen

    Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) applied to large point source emissions is the technology that yields the biggest reduction in CO2 emissions.  Canada is a leader in CCS, and it needs to be advanced at a greater rate to meet the Paris Agreement emissions reduction targets.

  • Multipurpose dams

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    Technology
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    What is a Multipurpose Dam

    Multipurpose dams combine two or more functions of traditional single-purpose dams into one hydro infrastructure project.  A multipurpose dam may combine storing and supplying water for irrigation, industry and human consumption with other uses such as flood control, power generation, navigation, run-off storage and water discharge regulation. 

  • Pöyry Austria GmbH

    Type: 
    Organisation
    Country of registration:
    Austria
    Relation to CTCN:
    Network Member

    Pöyry Austria GmbH, a member of the global Pöyry Group, is a consulting and engineering company with deep expertise with extensive local knowledge to deliver sustainable project investments. For instance, its Hydro Consulting department delivers services in the fields of hydrological and hydraulic modellingand forecasting. Its experts have significant experience in the fields of hydro-meteorology, climate change and climate sensitivity. They also contribute to assess climate risk and ctimate adaptation measures for hydropower and all other sectors of water management.

  • Addressing flooding in the city of Surat beyond its boundaries

    Type: 
    Publication

    This paper describes the flood risks faced by Surat, one of India’s most successful and also most flood-prone cities. The city is located on the Tapi River and faces flood risks not only from heavy precipitation in and around the city but also from heavy precipitation upstream and from high tides downstream. Reducing the risks from upstream depends on better water management in a water catchment area and dam reservoir located far outside the city authority’s jurisdiction and in another state.

  • End-to-End Early Warning System for Ukai and Local Floods in Surat City, India

    Type: 
    Publication

    The City of Surat is one of the most prosperous (also known as Diamond City) city in India.Surat has been facing floods since formation of the city. Even after the building of the Ukai dam, the floods continued to damage the city. Due to rapid growth and expansion of the city, the flood damages are increasing especially since the last two decades, with the frequency of floods staying at least once in four years. In 2006 extreme floods (due to emergency release from Ukai dam) inundated 75% area of the city.

  • Water conflicts across regions and sectors - Latur City

    Type: 
    Publication

    Indian cities are undergoing rapid urbanization and their resource footprints are growing. As the cities grow and demand for natural resources grow, they face competition and conflicts with other users in the region and hydrological basin, resulting in shortages and scarcities in cities. The climate change exacerbates these conflicts. Water sector is one of the conflict areas for the cities.

  • Catalysing Green Technologies for Sustainable Water Service Delivery Kenya- Feasibility study framework

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    Publication
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    Water services in Kenya are often inadequate, unsafe and unsustainable. The arid and semi-arid and  poor  peri-urban  areas  are  mostly  vulnerable  and  are  largely  characterized  by  low  water services  provision  and  severe  water  scarcity,  where  the demand  substantially  surpasses  its availability. Additionally, climate change is expected to significantly impact on water availability and  therefore  creating  the  needs  of  climate  proof  investments  for  improved  water  access  in underserved areas in Kenya.  
     
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  • Drinking water resources development

    Type: 
    Product

    TAHAL Group International BV makes Master plans feasibility studies detailed design financial studies technical assistance and training project and construction supervision turnkey/BOT projects GIS and MIS studies environmental impact assessment. TAHAL's comprehensive approach to integrated water resources development has been implemented successfully in Israel and worldwide resulting in sustainable solutions to meet existing and future demand. As a major player in the water sector for over 60 years the company has helped provide clean and safe water to millions of people worldwide.