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UK’s first battery-powered EDM monitor to gain MCERTS certification

Envirotec Magazine

The parts can operate from a battery power supply, a capability said to separate them from the EDM pack. The LIDoTT®, a multi-sensor monitoring system designed and developed by wastewater monitoring specialists, Detectronic, is the UK’s first battery-powered EDM monitor to gain MCERTS certification.

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U.S. Energy Storage Monitor

GreenBiz

Each quarter Wood Mackenzie and the American Clean Power Association (ACP) gather data on U.S. energy storage deployments, prices, policies, regulations, and business models. We compile this information to create the most comprehensive, timely analysis of energy storage in the U.S. As a result, Wood Mackenzie forecasts 59.2

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Sub-metering: Empowering businesses to conquer energy waste

Smart Energy International

What to expect from sub-metering and how to monitor the success? CLOU has the answers for businesses looking to reduce energy waste. Energy management with sub-metering involves installing sub-meters within a building or facility to monitor the energy use of specific areas or equipment.

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Smart meter network passes 20 million milestone

Envirotec Magazine

The firm behind the telecommunications infrastructure underpinning the UK’s smart meters rollout, the Data Communications Company (DCC), says the 20 millionth smart meter has been connected to its national network. The group’s CEO, Angus Flett, said: “These 20 million meters have been added in less than 4 years.

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Xcel Energy to instal 260,000 smart meters in Wisconsin

Smart Energy International

Xcel Energy has announced the start of the rollout of smart electricity meters in its Wisconsin service territory. The installations will start in the company’s southern communities and will lead to the installation of more than 260,000 of the new smart meters in the service area through 2025. million electricity and 2.1

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Water flow monitor fills technology gap

Envirotec Magazine

The instrumentation company Nivus has developed a new hand-held portable flow monitoring technology in response to a requirement that was originally identified by the Environment Agency (EA). Portable flow meters perform a vital role, but flexibility is important,” explains Olly Baldwyn, a Senior Advisor in the EA’s National Hydrometry Team.

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Renewable and Resilient Energy in Commercial Buildings

GreenBiz

Commercial buildings account for 33 percent of electricity usage in the U.S. But to be truly sustainable, energy solutions must be not only clean, but also resilient and affordable. today, representing a major opportunity for decarbonization.