For San Antonio’s Water and Energy Utilities, Collaboration Leads to Conservation

Great article at The Rivard Report on the excellent steps toward building smarter more efficient electric and water grids! Is it time to look at how SAWS and CPS can partner to install water pipes that generate electricity?

Portland did it in 2015 so there should now be some great data to determine ROI and add resiliency to smarter grids without any negative environmental impact.

From The Rivard Report:  A hydroelectric power station at a sewage treatment plant. Water meters that transmit data via a network built for smart electrical meters…

Source: For San Antonio's Water and Energy Utilities, Collaboration Leads to Conservation

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