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Sector Resources Utility topics Energy efficiency

With an average of 30% of production costs for water and wastewater coming from energy consumption, minimizing energy consumption and improving the efficiency of energy-consuming systems and equipment is an important priority for water utilities.

 

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02 March 2015

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Feng Liu, Alain Ouedraogo, Seema Manghee, Alexander Danilenko

A primer on energy efficiency for municipal water and wastewater utilities

The document provides useful background on how to improve energy efficiency in water utilities, including a thorough discussion of possible procurement methods for the contracting of energy efficiency improvement measures.

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Manual or training material

01 January 2011

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Inter-American Development Bank

EVALUATION OF WATER PUMPING SYSTEMS

This manual provides a hands-on approach to energy efficiency measures, their design and effectiveness in the context of water and wastewater services.

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Contributed by Danubis on 17 March 2015

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Good Practice review

2015

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Econoler

Final Report of the Danube Water Program Energy Efficiency in WSS Utilities Capacity-Building Program

The report documents the project implementation process, project outcomes, and lessons learned throughout the Energy Efficiency program conducted as part of the Danube Water Program's first phase. It also provides an evaluation of the program by participating utilties.

The Energy Efficiency program was planned and implemented by Econoler. The activity benefitted from additional financing by ESMAP, the Energy Sector Management Assistance Program.

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An excellent resource!

David Michaud, dmichaud@worldbank.org, 10 February 2016


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Contributed by Christoph Leitner on 15 April 2016

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2015

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Econoler

Brochure of the Danube Water Program Energy Efficiency in WSS Utilities Capacity-Building Program

This brochure summarizes the project implementation process, project outcomes, and lessons learned throughout the Energy Efficiency program conducted as part of the Danube Water Program's first phase.

The Energy Efficiency program was planned and implemented by Econoler. The activity benefitted from additional financing by ESMAP, the Energy Sector Management Assistance Program.

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Manual or training material

2015

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Econoler

ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN WSS UTILITIES CAPACITY-BUILDING PROGRAM

This manual provides a general methodology to help utilities self-assess the efficiency of their facilities (both water and wastewater) for them to identify and adopt the best available technologies and practices.

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Contributed by Danube Water Program on 12 November 2015

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2017

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European Water Regulators WAREG

WAREG Report: An analysis of water efficiency KPIs in WAREG member countries

This report analyses the application of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to describe efficiency of water services in WAREG member countries, with the aim to draw out commonalities as well as differences in monitoring of water efficiency measures and performance. It seeks to outline how different European regulators promote water efficiency within their regulated industries. It is noted that although various KPIs and benchmarking platforms exist in the water industry, there appears to be a lack of consistency in the definitions, descriptions, application and consistency of KPIs used to measure water efficiency across Europe. It is further noted that while some countries use KPIs for benchmarking purposes, this practice has still not been fully embraced by regulators in WAREG member countries.

Publisher: WAREG,

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Contributed by Elvira Broeks on 21 September 2017

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