Climate and water services

Funded projects

EU Horizon 2020

2021-2025    “I-CISK: Innovating climate services through integrating scientific and local knowledge”, 5 M Euros, 13 partners (Principal Investigator, PI)

2021-2025    “CLINT: Climate Intelligence: extreme events detection, attribution and adaptation design using machine learning”, (nr 101003876), 6 M Euros, 15 partners (PI)

2017-2020    “S2S4E: Sub-seasonal to Seasonal climate forecasting for Energy”, (nr 776786), 4.8 M Euro, 12 partners (PI)

2017-2020    “CLARA: Climate forecast enabled knowledge services”, (nr 730482), 4 M Euros, 10 partners (co-PI)

Copernicus Programme Emergency Management Service (CEMS)

2018-2021    “WaterSIS- operational”, (nr C3S_424), 2 M Euros, SMHI as Contractor (co-PI)

2019-2020    “Demonstrating the potential of the Copernicus Climate Data Store for Kenyan smallholder farmers: a scalable adaptation services approach” (nr C3S_429_Lot1), 75,000 Euros, SMHI as sub-contractor, (co-PI)

2017-2019    “GLORIOUS: Global users in the Copernicus Climate Change Service”, (nr C3S_422_Lot1), 2 M Euros, SMHI as Contractor (co-PI)

2015-2017    “SWICCA: Service for water indicators in climate change adaptation”, (nr C3S_441_Lot1), 2 M Euros, SMHI as Contractor (co-PI)

Swedish Energimyn-digheten

2021-2024    “The role of hydropower as a regulatory resource in a renewable energy system with climate impact and increased internationalization of electricity markets”, (nr 52095-1), 400 K Euros, 3 partners (PI)

2018-2021    “Long-term forecasts of wind and hydropower supply in a fluctuating climate – Importance for production planning and investments in energy storage and power transmission”, (nr 46412-1), 400 K Euros, 3 partners (SMHI’s Project Manager)

EU FP7

2013-2016    “EUPORIAS – EUropean Provision Of Regional Impact Assessment on a Seasonal to decadal timescale”, (nr 308291), 9 M Euros, 24 partners (SMHI’s Project Manager)

 

Recommended references

Crochemore L., Cantone C., Pechlivanidis I.G., Photiadou C., 2021, ’How does seasonal forecast performance influence decision-making? Insights from a serious game’, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, https://doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-20-0169.1 

Giuliani M., Crochemore L., Pechlivanidis I.G., Castelletti A., 2020, ‘From skill to value: isolating the influence of end user behavior on seasonal forecast assessment’, Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 24, 5891-5902, https://doi.org/10.5194/hess-24-5891-2020

Wörman A., Bertacchi Uvo C., Brandimarte L., Busse S., Crochemore L., Girons Lopez M., Hao S., Pechlivanidis I.G., Riml J., 2020, ‘Virtual energy storage gain resulting from the spatio-temporal coordination of hydropower over Europe’, Applied Energy, doi: 10.1016/j.apenergy.2020.115249

Contreras E., Herrero J., Crochemore L., Pechivanidis I.G., Photiadou C., Aguilar C., Polo M.J., 2020, ‘Advances in the definition of needs and specifications for a climate service tool aimed at small hydropower plants operation and management’, Energies, 13, 1827, https://doi.org/10.3390/en13071827 

Crochemore L., Ramos M-H., Pechlivanidis I.G., 2020, ‘Can continental model convey useful seasonal hydrologic information at the catchment scale?’, Water Resources Research, 56, e2019WR025700. https://doi.org/10.1029/2019WR025700

EU Horizon 2020
2021-2025 “I-CISK: Innovating climate services through integrating scientific and local knowledge”, 5 M Euros, 13 partners (Principal Investigator, PI)
 
2021-2025 “CLINT: Climate Intelligence: extreme events detection, attribution and adaptation design using machine learning”, (nr 101003876), 6 M Euros, 15 partners (PI)

Contact

Dr Ilias G. Pechlivanidis SMHI
60176
Norrköping
Sweden
ilias.pechlivanidis@gmail.com