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Continuous monitors protect famous rivers

Envirotec Magazine

The ecology of these rivers is therefore extremely important, and a network of 21 continuous water monitoring stations has recently been established for Southern Water, in compliance with its abstraction licence for the Testwood water supply works near Southampton. The instrumentation firm behind it, Meteor Communications, explains.

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A look at freshwater usage in solar manufacturing

Solar Power World

With solar power becoming more economical, quick to deploy and zero-emissions, it’s quickly emerged as a winner in the energy transition. As a result, countries all over the world are moving to boost their solar supply chains, including attracting manufacturers with subsidies and other incentives.

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£2 million contract for final effluent monitoring in Scotland

Envirotec Magazine

Meteor Communications has been awarded a multi-year shared framework agreement by Scottish Water for the provision of multi-parameter wastewater quality final effluent monitoring. Bidders were invited to tender for the supply of monitoring systems that are well suited to continuous remote monitoring of final effluent.

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What Electric Companies Don’t Want You To Know

The Environmental Blog

Do you ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes at your electric company? We recently had the opportunity to speak with other electricity providers that have been in business for over 30 years. There may be certain truths about electricity providers being kept hidden from public view – but not anymore.

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Sense announces energy monitoring partner program for rural cooperatives

Solar Power World

Through the program, cooperatives can offer the innovative Sense Home Energy Monitor to their members at a significant discount and take advantage of real-time insights into energy flows at the grid edge.

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Why electrification is key to curbing future climate change

Smart Energy International

Electrification holds the key to cleaner, more efficient energy distribution and use. Earth Day 2050 What will our planet’s climate be like on Earth Day 2050 if we don’t deliver the energy transition? Significantly increasing renewables in the energy mix, while meeting growing demand for power, requires greater innovation.

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Australian businesses save 169m+ litres in smart water meter joint venture

Smart Energy International

A smart water meter joint venture initiative by Midcoast Council has seen up to 40 large water users install smart water meters across their properties to monitor water usage. These smart meters are hoped to mitigate the resulting effects of such disasters by preventing water waste where possible.