Smart Water

News and insights into water meter innovation, water grid technology, research and development throughout the water value chain. How utilities maximise smart water meters, preventing non-revenue water loss, as well as the use of AI, data and analytics to ensure the sustainability of the water resource will be noted in this category, especially in light of climate change and drought.

Bureau of Reclamation

Bureau of Reclamation announces $29.1 million in efficiency funding

The Bureau of Reclamation has issued $29.1 million in grants to enhance energy and water conservation in 13 states.
Horizon 2020 webinar

WEBINAR RECORDING: EUW – Horizon 2020 projects

Horizon 2020 is one of the biggest opportunities for European utilities to test, trial and explore the impact of technology and innovation across the power, water and gas sectors.
South-east-asia update Meralco extends AMI, East Malaysia reforms electricity law

Asia addresses urban mobility, sustainability and resilience challenges

Cities across South-East Asia (SEA) face a diverse set of urbanization challenges, ranging from putting basic infrastructure in place basic infrastructure to...

Ed’s note: Israel’s burgeoning smart energy sector

One of our most popular stories this year has been about a $350 million fund launched by Israel Infrastructure Partners to fund...
smart city

Q2 Smart City Tracker reveals $1.7 trillion market

Navigant Research has issued its smart city tracker which investigates smart city developments implemented during the second quarter of 2019.
american water

American Water raises 10% more for water and sanitation in developing...

US utility American Water and its employees raised more than $272,000 to improve consumer access to improved water and sanitation systems and...
seal rock

Seal Rock reduces non-revenue losses – below state benchmark

Seal Water Rock District has reduced its non-revenue water by 12% by deploying an advanced metering infrastructure.

Key takeaways from data science in water industry report

Black & Veatch has released the results of a study conducted to understand the role of data science in the operations of water utilities.
Thames water

UK’s biggest water company announces shock CEO resignation

The UK’s monopoly water company, Thames Water has announced that its Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Steve Robertson has resigned with immediate effect.
Advanced metering

Florida municipal-utility records 1 billion gallons of water in AMI benefits

JEA has saved one billion gallons of measurable water since implementing an advanced metering infrastructure in 2013.

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