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The global Heat Meter market is growing

The increasing adoption of district heating systems coupled with rapid expansion of residential and commercial establishments will foster the heat meters market, that is...

The increasing adoption of district heating systems coupled with rapid expansion of residential and commercial establishments will foster the heat meters market, that is projected to reach USD 1,218.9 million by 2023.  From an estimated USD 849.1 million in 2018, it will grow at a CAGR of 7.50%. Favorable government policies pertaining to energy efficiency along with growing concerns toward building emissions will favor the product penetration. However, increasing competition from alternative heating technologies and capital cost associated with heat meter operations could act as restraints for the market.

World Water day 2019: leaving no one behind

The next World Water day, on 22nd March, is about tackling the theme of water crisis by addressing the reasons why so many people...

The next World Water day, on 22nd March, is about tackling the theme of water crisis by addressing the reasons why so many people are being left behind. ‘Leaving no one behind’, adapts the central promise of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development that as sustainable development progresses, everyone must benefit.Today, billions of people are still living without safe water – their households, schools, workplaces, farms and factories struggling to survive and thrive.

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China’s water quality improved in 2018

The Ministry of Ecology and Environment said that China improved water quality in 2018, with more samples taken from river and lakes reaching standards...

The Ministry of Ecology and Environment said that China improved water quality in 2018, with more samples taken from river and lakes reaching standards fit for human use. The amount of “below grade V” water that cannot be used in either agriculture or industry fell by 1.6 percentage points to 6.7 percent in 2018. Though overall water quality has shown signs of improvement in recent years, progress has been uneven: while water quality in most of China’s major waterways including the Yellow, Huai, Yangtze and Pearl rivers improved in 2018, those in northeastern China such as the Liao and Songhua were found to be even more polluted than in 2017. Phosphorus and ammonium nitrate, which mainly come from industrial waste water, pesticides and organic fertilizers, were identified as the major pollutants of water pollution.

Dubai sets a world record in reducing water losses

Thanks to the excellence, availability, efficiency, reliability, and great customer service provided by Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), Dubai has made a new...

Thanks to the excellence, availability, efficiency, reliability, and great customer service provided by Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), Dubai has made a new world record by reducing losses in its water networks to 6.6 per cent, the lowest in the world. The new achievement shows how Dubai Government organisations are surpassing their global counterparts. Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, the managing director and chief excecutive of Dewa, said:  “Dewa’s latest achievement in reducing losses in water transmission and distribution networks, from 42 per cent in 1988, to 6.6 per cent, confirms the success of its strategy in preparing for the future through scientific planning, innovation, using the latest technologies in water production, transmission, and distribution, as well as control of water networks”.

An Atlas on the retreat of Andean glaciers

The Water Atlas launched by UNESCO during the COP24 in Katowice (Poland) in december 2018 illustrates the significant reduction in glacier mass. happening throughout the...

The Water Atlas launched by UNESCO during the COP24 in Katowice (Poland) in december 2018 illustrates the significant reduction in glacier mass.

happening throughout the Andean region. Some of the lower-altitude glaciers of the tropical Andes could lose between 78 and 97% of their volume by the end of the century, reducing the region’s available freshwater resources. Most glaciers have been retreating for decades due to climate change, a problem that has been particularly acute in the tropical Andes since the 1950s. To meet the challenges of ensuring water security for the populations that depend on these glaciers, the Atlas makes a series of recommendations for policy makers in the region. It calls for better integration of scientific data into political decision-making, improved climate change monitoring infrastructure, integrated water resources management, and strengthened coordination between Andean countries.

Read the UNESCO Atlas here!

The Internet of Things (IoT) meets the water sector

The Internet of Things (IoT) technologies like data analytics, cloud computing, augmented intelligence and blockchain have a great impact on water sector. The IoT technology...

The Internet of Things (IoT) technologies like data analytics, cloud computing, augmented intelligence and blockchain have a great impact on water sector.

The IoT technology is beneficial in smart irrigation: it can be used for getting the right amount of water at the right destination for the right duration. It is basically a data-driven shift which is made possible by the wireless communication enabled by the Internet of Things technology.

The use of predictive analytics can be useful to  to determine the amount of water that any particular city is going to utilize during the next day. When we have knowledge about the amount of water that is required for overall consumption in a city on any given day, it becomes easy for the water authorities to maintain the level of water in a water reservoir/tank and then pump the water into overhead tanks as required throughout the day. Another advantage of Internet of Things in water management is the reduction in energy pricing and consumption. Keeping in mind the goal of meeting the water requirements in a city, predictive analytics can be used to calculate the price of energy during different hours in a day. This information can then be used for scheduling the pumps throughout a day in such a way that there is no loss of unnecessary energy or resources.

The Internet of Things technologies have also the power to help water and wastewater utilities address many of the challenges they face, including extending the life of aging assets, reducing leakages, attacks or other abnormalities in the distribution network, improving water quality monitoring.

World water week: the annual focal point for the globe’s water issues

In 2019 World Water Week, organized by SIWI, will take place from 25 to 30 August. The event will move to Tele2 Arena in...

In 2019 World Water Week, organized by SIWI,  will take place from 25 to 30 August. The event will move to Tele2 Arena in the Swedish capital Stockholm. Experts, practitioners, decision-makers, business innovators and young professionals from a range of sectors and countries come to Stockholm to network, exchange ideas, foster new thinking and develop solutions to the most pressing water-related challenges of today. Nearly 400 organizations will convene sessions this year.

The theme of this edition  is “Water for society – Including all”.

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IEA examines the opportunities for improving global energy efficiency to 2040

According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), deploying energy efficiency policies could reduce energy bills for consumers by more than $500 billion per year....

According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), deploying energy efficiency policies could reduce energy bills for consumers by more than $500 billion per year. Efficiency gains alone could allow the world to extract twice as much economic value from the energy it uses compared to today. The report sets out a vision for 2040 with 60% more building space and 20% more people, and double global GDP while using only marginally more energy than today and cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 12%. Delivering this vision requires an immediate step up in policy action: countries would need to continue to push up the efficiency of both cars and trucks, building on the progress made in recent years. Another priority is the efficiency of air conditioners, as highlighted in the IEA’s recent report The Future of Cooling. This demonstrated that air conditioners could be twice as efficient as they are today with the right policies in place. Global investment in energy efficiency will need to rise significantly, but this investment will pay back threefold through energy savings alone.

The GCC countries are embarking on a clean energy transition pathway

More than 180 experts representing policy makers, authorities, industry, building energy-users, engineers and technology providers as well as academicians and researchers have recently discussed...

More than 180 experts representing policy makers, authorities, industry, building energy-users, engineers and technology providers as well as academicians and researchers have recently discussed in Muscat about energy efficiency policies, technologies and practices for the industrial and building sectors in the European Union (EU) and in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region. The GCC countries are now embarking on a clean energy transition pathway, which targets more sustainable, efficient and cost-effective methods for using energy. Energy efficiency measures and technologies, including smart technologies and Smart Cities, can play a major role in reducing energy intensity and thus emissions. There are solutions available, which are suited for small, medium and large-scale applications and which can be implemented in different sectors of the economy such as building and industry.

Commercial Building Automation Market – Increased Demand for Green Building Materials Boost Growth

It is increasing awareness about the advantages of green building. According to UNEP (United Nations Environment Program),during the forecast period of 2016 – 2024...

It is increasing awareness about the advantages of green building. According to UNEP (United Nations Environment Program),during the forecast period of 2016 – 2024 government initiatives for constructing green buildings and rise in green building construction by several different companies are the major factors driving the market for commercial building automation market. Increased demand for green building materials has been observed in the residential buildings and office & commercial buildings segments.

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