MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE THROUGH INNOVATION IN THE WATER CYCLE USING LOW CARBON TECHNOLOGIES
The MITIMAC project (MAC2/1,1a/263), approved within the framework of the Interreg V-A Spain-Portugal Cooperation Programme (Maderia – Azores – Canary Islands) 2014 – 2020 and co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), aims to promote research, technological development and innovation through the creation of a technology cluster that mitigates climate change in the integral water cycle, through clean and innovative internal and external technologies. Project supervised by the ULPGC as project coordinator, bringing together a consortium of 13 entities.
Outstanding Cum Lauden for the thesis of Federico León Zerpa (ULPGC) on proposals for energy efficiency analysis methodologies in desalination plants (MITIMAC project).
On 10 February, Federico León Zerpa, from the ULPGC (partner of the DESAL+ project) defended his doctoral thesis.
This congress is oriented towards advances in desalination for the supply of drinking water, at an affordable cost and with economical energy requirements. The lectures will describe the most recent developments in desalination technology, its cost and scope of application, including socio-economic and environmental issues.