Project Details

Location: Turkey
Duration:
Client: GGF (KfW, EIB, EBRD, EU)
Budget: 81,950 €
Financier: GGF

Info: Identify and analyse relevant technologies in selected sectors and sub-sectors in the GGF target regions, identify technologies for sectors with significant impact, focusing on the relevance of certain nexus technologies, and defining the conceptual proposal for eligibility for the GGF.

South-Eastern Europe: GGF – Technical Advisor for the GGF – Study on Water, Waste and Resources Management Technologies (NEXUS), Phase I, II and III

In phase I of the desk study, relevant technologies in selected sectors and sub-sectors in the GGF target regions are identified and analysed and opportunities for the improvement of their water / waste / resource efficiency are described.

The aim of phase II of the project was to identify technologies for sectors with significant impact as well as realistic potential for upgrades in selected countries: Turkey, Serbia, Georgia, Tunisia and Egypt. Based on the catalogue of Nexus technologies elaborated in Phase I, Phase II focuses on the relevance of certain nexus technologies and the estimation of their saving potential. The subsequent phase III defines the conceptual proposal for eligibility for the GGF.

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Maria Garcia Perez

Hydroinformatics and Water Management Consultant

+49 69 943188-0

maria.garcia@macsonline.de

Maria Garcia Perez

Hydroinformatics and Water Management Consultant

+49 69 943188-0

maria.garcia@macsonline.de

Hydro Informatics and IT

Maria has a European Master in Hydro-Informatics and Water Management from the Erasmus Mundus Program in collaboration with 5 European Universities. She specializes in the field of Urban Water Management, which includes modelling of water distribution systems and the design of wastewater treatment plants.

As a Consultant at MACS, Maria supports the project team in our urban water project in Georgia. Additionally, Maria collaborates with the IT department to further develop smart tools, bringing in her technical experience in hydraulic computations and modern information management tools.

Before joining MACS, Maria was studying and gathering relevant experiences in Spain, Switzerland, Germany, UK and France. Beside Spanish, Maria is fluent in English, German and French.