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Utility of the Future

European utilities are at the forefront, in some cases halving non-revenue water and seeing 20-40% in energy reduction.
The vision for an end-to-end smart water utility has been slow to emerge as the internet of things envelops our daily lives. By zeroing-in on supply management, metering, leakage and energy efficiency, utilities across the continent are optimizing their operations.
Reese Tisdale, President, Bluefield Research
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