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The heating of drinking water in households contributes for a significant amount to the emission of greenhouse gases. As a water utility aiming to operate climate neutral by 2020, Waternet needs to reduce its CO<sub>2</sub> emission by 53 kton yr<sup>−1</sup>. To contribute to this ambition, a pilot project was carried out in Uilenstede, Amstelveen, the Netherlands, to recover the shower heat energy with a shower heat exchanger from Dutch Solar Systems. An experimental set up was built in thedoi:10.5194/dwesd-8-119-2015 fatcat:wu5yligaxbghdgcdv2hdpgd6gu