Seawater and river water

The seawater-river water combination is the most abundant salinity gradient resource world-wide. Seawater can be used as the high concentration solution wherever there enough river water is. The salinity of seawater is, on average, between 3% and 3.5%, or 30 to 35 gram NaCl per litre of water. The following coastal locations suggest high potential for seawater-river water RED installations: Eastern-Canada (Québec, Newfoundland, and Labrador), the Caribbean/Gulf of Mexico, either of the South American coasts, the eastern coast of Russia, the Mediterranean Sea coastal area, the Norwegian coast and, of course, the Rhine delta in the Netherlands. The REDstack pilot installation on the Afsluitdijk is developed for seawater-river water RED applications.

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    REvivED Water webinar 1st of July

    In this webinar we present the results of the EU REvivED project, focused on the pilot for ED on the Afsluitdijk (the Netherlands) built by project partner REDstack.

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    Blue Energy for H2!

    A revolutionary method produces directly green H2, without any CO2 production and with very low environmental impact.

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    22 - 26 June - 2020 | EU Sustainable Energy Week

    23 June Programme EUSEW-INES.Salinity Gradient Power, the EU Green Deal & Recovery-

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    Interview Pieter Hack in Transparancy house AbuDhabi january 2020

    Interview Pieter Hack in Transparancy house AbuDhabi january 2020