Energy Management

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Water Utility Management

Multidisciplinary team to develop GHG emission guidance for water utilities

Feb. 1, 2024
The U.S. Water Alliance and The Water Research Foundation (WRF) have assembled a team of utilities, researchers, and technical experts to establish industry‐wide guidance and ...
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Energy Management

Retiring fossil fuel plants could free 687B gallons water annually

Dec. 12, 2022
New research predicts that, if fossil fuel-fired power plants are not slated to be replaced, the retirement of these plants in the U.S. could make available roughly 687 billion...
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Five ways water infrastructure can mitigate the effects of climate change

Nov. 29, 2022
With the immense potential that technological transformation can bring to utilities, digitalization and advanced modelling offer opportunities for heightened resilience and efficiency...
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Water Utility Management

Report finds digital transformation brings savings for wastewater utilities

Oct. 25, 2022
New research, from a digital technology company and an independent economist, claims that process automation and digital solutions could reduce a wastewater utility’s annual carbon...
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Energy Management

Tidal turbine to light the Thames

Sept. 12, 2022
Kingston University is testing prototypes of a new hydroelectric turbine design that would harvest energy from the Thames’s flow.
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Carlsbad desalination plant cuts production amid heat wave

Sept. 7, 2022
To help avoid blackouts as a heat wave weakens California’s power grid, the Carlson Desalination Plant is ramping down its water production by about 20% for three days.