Category: Energy (Cost) Savings Program

Distribution System Efficiencies: Energy Saving Investigation Process

What do the icons below mean? Ensure that all PRVs are properly maintained and tuned to provide optimum pressure levels which may, in turn, reduce accompanying distribution system water losses. Review fire hydrants annually and test for possible leaks. Keep a centrally accessible and well-maintained set of pipe location and leak detection instruments to ensure …

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Conservation Efficiencies: Energy Saving Investigation Process

Jump to: Water Conservation Water Accountability Energy conservation almost always begins with water conservation, including the process of improved accounting for water losses within the various complex operational systems. What do the icons below mean? Water Conservation Encouraging water conservation has a direct linkage with energy conservation. Not only does it save energy resources, it …

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Appendices: Drinking Water Energy (Cost) Savings Program

Jump to: Appendix A: Case Histories of Water Systems Taking Advantage of Energy Cost Savings Appendix B: Drinking Water Board’s Financing Program Appendix C: Utah Office of Energy Development’s U-Save Program Appendix D: Energy Service Companies Appendix E: Rocky Mountain Power’s Wattsmart Program Appendix F: Websites that Provide Guidance on Performing Energy Audits Appendix G: …

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Acknowledgements: Drinking Water Energy (Cost) Savings Program

The content for the Drinking Water Energy (Cost) Savings Program Web pages and associated Handbook was prepared by many people and it is appropriate that they be given credit for their work. I will proceed in giving credit consistent with the order in which the Handbook is organized. I acknowledge the work done by Steven …

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