• Mads Warming

    Global Head, Water & Wastewater, Danfoss Drives A/S

    Mads Warming is Global Head, Water & Wastewater at Danfoss Drives A/S, Vice Chairman at the board for the Danish Water Technology Association and Board member of DI water. He has more than 25 years of experience with process optimization and real time online control of water supply and wastewater treatment facilities.

    Title of presentation:
    The potential of digitalization for increasing efficiency and sustainability of WRRF’s

    Abstract of presentation:
    Over recent years it has been proven that the water sector contains potential to offer a lot more than the basic very important need for protecting human health and the environment. Besides recovery of e.g. nutrients, it has been proven that by help of digitalization and sector coupling, water facilities can be a key contributor in the sustainable cities energy network. This presents, in a world with increasing focus in climate mitigation, a great export potential.

    Speaker for following sessions
    • Tivoli & Vesterbros Torv
      01-12-2 - Organized by DTU in collaboration with CLEAN
      Digital technologies play a big role on the Danish water sector’s strive to become energy- and climate neutral by 2030. Water Resource Recovery Facilities (WRRFs), also referred to as Wastewater Treatment plants (WWTPs) are key to this development, in addition to securing public health and environmental protection in modern society. WRRFs may become energy- and resource factories of the future, when fully embracing the digital transformation with higher levels of automation, process control and sector integration. Global sustainability benefits are realistic when upscaling worldwide, which holds promise for increased export of cutting edge environmental technology.
      Introduction/welcome: Peter Steen Mikkelsen, Professor, DTU Environment
      Business talk: ”The potential of digitalisation for increasing efficiency and sustainability of WRRF”s”, Mads Warming, Global Head, Water & Wastewater, Danfoss Drives A/S
      Business talk: ”Ubiquitous sensing of wastewater systems for mitigating climate impacts”, Mikkel Holmen Andersen, CTO, Unisense Environment A/S
      Science/Business talk: ”Predictive control for dynamic prioritization of water quality, costs and global warming potential”, Peter Alexander Stentoft, Data science and Software developer, Krüger A/S, Veolia Water Technologies
      Business talk: ”Reflections on the need for digitalization when moving toweards water stewardship”, Pernille Ingildsen, Head of Projects, Hillerød Utility
      Science talk: ”Quantifying sustainability in WFFR’s – What are the potential and pitfalls, and who gets the credits from recovered resources?”, Anders Damgaard, Senior Researcher, DTU Environment
      Debate: How can digital transformation help WRRFs become part of the future flexible energy system?
      Session coordinator: Peter Steen Mikkelsen, Professor, DTU Environment & Theis Gadegaard, Market manager, Krüger A/S, in collaboration with CLEAN
      Facilitator: Michael Rothenborg, Editor, Teknologiens Mediehus
      Water, energy and climate neutrality
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