The first weather station for HYDROUSA H2020 project was installed in Tinos Island at Ecolodge pilot side. The weather station is equipped with rain gauge, wind speed and direction sensors, temperature and humidity sensors and a data logger. It will record meteorological data that will be used for the project’s purposes.
At demo the demo site of Tinos (HYDRO6) water loops will be integrated within a remote eco-tourist facility. This includes the production of potable water from vapour water using a fog catcher like system, the wastewater treatment using reed beds and rainwater harvesting. Reclaimed water will be used to irrigate 0.15 ha of local crops. The facility is remotely located off the grid and thus all activities will be powered using renewable energy sources.