13 February 2020 - Blog
It is estimated that the sector will reach a value of US$241.8 billion by 2025
It is estimated that the sector will reach a value of US$241.8 billion by 2025
The HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) market is growing, both in the residential sector and in the industrial sector: according to forecasts it will reach a value of US$241.8 billion by 2025. This growth is buoyed by several factors such as the global warming and climatic change, the rapid upsurge of global population, the expanding industrial units, the frequently changing governmental regulations for making HVAC products more energy efficient.
A comprehensive metering program is essential to effectively manage and conserve HVAC resources in buildings. For the entire measurement system in HVAC industries, ISOIL Industria provides a wide range of energy flow meters: one of these is the ISOFLUX, model IFX-Mx-04.
16 January 2020 - Blog
In space, conditions are tough and not even a drop can be wasted: literally, even a sweat drop goes into the water...
In space, conditions are tough and not even a drop can be wasted: literally, even a sweat drop goes into the water recycling process. The ISS, International Space State, is a closed-loop system and there recycling is essential to grant astronauts alive.
There, astronauts’ urine, sweat and moisture from their breath are filtered to remove impurities and turn into potable water, used again to drink, rehydrate and bathe. Therefore, it means that these technologies are “mission critical”… in fact, it would be impossible to survive on the ISS with an eventual failure.
On the ISS water recycling system can recycle around 6000 litres of water per year, plus a 2000 litres backup for any kind of emergency. Luckily, astronauts learn how to save as much water as possible; for instance, they only require 0.5 litres for hygienic purposes a day, compared to 50 litres water that we generally need for a shower.
Despite it might seem unhealthy drinking the same waste water again and again, as this is a close system, the water is purer than the one from the faucet that we generally drink at home.
ISOIL Industria provides a complete range of instrumentation (meters, sensors, samplers, counters, etc.) for applications in the water sector: visit the website www.isoil.com.
14 January 2020 - Blog
Water is necessary in several productive processes, especially in manufacturing industry, where is it becomes a fundamental ingredient in mostly all the phases...
Water is necessary in several productive processes, especially in manufacturing industry, where is it becomes a fundamental ingredient in mostly all the phases. That’s why industry uses 40% of the total water use at global scale.
Semiconductor manufacturing industry is a water-intense business. The production consists of chips used in smartphones and computers, which implies an overall growth of the market in the upcoming years. Ultrapure water is in use at every stage of the process, including the removal of impurities from silicon wafers. This is fundamental as ultrapure water is able to remove any kind impurity. For instance, the production process of a 8” wafer (a thin slice of semiconductor) may require up to 7500 litres of ultrapure water (UPW).
For this reason, the semiconductor industry is looking for efficient solutions to reduce the amount of water in use, and to recycle most of it. Recycled water could be useful again in the manufacturing process for facility systems, like scrubbers or cooling towers. Furthermore, recycled water discharged in wastewaters would be cleaner and cooler.
09 January 2020 - Blog
Energy storage installations by 2040 should bloom by 122 times, from 9GW/17GWh to 1,095GW/2,850GWh. This growth will imply investments for 662 billion...
Energy storage installations by 2040 should bloom by 122 times, from 9GW/17GWh to 1,095GW/2,850GWh. This growth will imply investments for 662 billion dollars, possible thanks to a general decline of lithium-ion batteries costs, which already lowered by 85% from 2010 to 2018.
In general, demand will be for stationery storage and electric vehicles and, as the prices continue lowering, cheaper batteries will be applied in more and more sectors, including energy shifting and peaking in the bulk power system.
These uses in particular are ideal both to cope with demand peaks and for private consumers, to buy energy at cheaper hours and use it later. In the near future, new systems of renewables combined with storage will be a major driver in battery building. Demand for storage will increase to balance the higher proportion of variable and renewable electricity. In this scenario, batteries will be the preferred system to manage dynamic supply and demand mix.
To ensure energy efficiency, ISOIL Industria provides a wide range of BTU meters to calculate the Thermal Energy. One of these is the ISONRG heat meter: find out more!
08 January 2020 - Blog
The IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition will take place on 18-23 October 2020 in Copenhagen...
The IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition will take place on 18-23 October 2020 in Copenhagen; it is a global event for water professionals which involves the entire water cycle. Every two years, this global events takes place in a different region, thus focusing on the region’s specific interests. In this occasion, there will be a relevant presence and contribution from Nordic and Baltic Sea countries, so a huge opportunity to lo learn about Nordic water solutions and critical issues. In particular, the spirit of the IWA will follow the ability of these countries to balance life and nature, to innovate and to implement a sustainable economy. Stakeholders, top players and key contacts fo the water sector will be present at the congress to discuss on urban water and waste services, industry, agriculture and more. This 2020 edition will focus on the water sector progress on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) especially related to sanitation.
Isoil Industria provides advances solutions and expertise in the field of water management: visit the website www.isoil.com.
10 December 2019 - Blog
China's data center industry is among the world's largest. Internet data, together with the cloud market are responsible for the emission of...
China’s data center industry is among the world’s largest. Internet data, together with the cloud market are responsible for the emission of 99 million tonnes of carbon dioxide last year in China. Furthermore, data centers industry may require up to 66% more electricity in the next five years; in fact, the government wants to develop in Artificial Intelligence and close the gap with US technology by 2030.
Nevertheless, China is currently working on a program to upgrade its economy and clean up its system based on coal energy, reaching 20% renewable by 2030 (at today, 73% of data centres are powered by coal). In this scenario, big data, internet and cloud can play a huge role in supplying cleaner electricity. The government is reforming the power market by promoting wind and solar power that the internet giants should catch, especially considering the sector’s growing forecasts.
In fact, China currently accounts 2.7 million server racks, and is expanding at a rate of 30% a year. CO2 emissions could reach 163 million tonnes by 2023, but increasing the use of renewable from 23% to 30% would imply cutting 16 million tonnes emissions.
Several electrical metering devices are commonly used in data centers. Visit the website www.isoil.it/en/ to discover all the devices provided by ISOIL Industria for this application.
04 December 2019 - Blog
Smart meters are next generation devices for both gas and electricity consumption monitoring. They connect a household or work environment to the...
Smart meters are next generation devices for both gas and electricity consumption monitoring. They connect a household or work environment to the power network, and also communicate with one another.
These devices are essential for both Energy and Utility (E&U) companies and consumers and they are just one of the many digital technologies paving the way to smart cities.
The global smart meters penetration is estimated to reach 59% by 2028.
The on-going utility investment in grid intelligence, security and edge computing technologies are the factors that will drive growth.
Europe is emerging as major hub spot of opportunities for the manufacturers of smart meters, for the fact that smart metering is mandatory in the UK and across Europe. Emerging economies in the MEA region are estimated to be at the forefront of smart meters’ installations, as reliable energy supply & management is topping the priority charts across GCC countries. North America and Asia Pacific will continue being two of the largest markets for smart meters, with gains upheld by proactive deployment of smart grid and efforts to enhance billing accuracy.
ISOIL Industria operates as a leading player in the smart meter market: if you need energy and flow meters that can be used for the measurement of energy consumption for fluids, do not hesitate to contact the company.
28 November 2019 - Blog
Every citizen of the world can have a positive impact for the preservation of water. This is the message of the Aquamour project,...
Every citizen of the world can have a positive impact for the preservation of water. This is the message of the Aquamour project, that highlight people in different parts of the world engaged in concrete and sustainable initiatives. Whether they are researchers, small fishermen, volunteers committed to its preservation, advocate of the benefits of water on body and mind, artists or others, whatever their scope of their actions, their message or their creations, these ‘aqua-heroes’ will show us the way to save water from human madness. An example of Aqua-heroes is Victor Kossakovsky, a Russian director who has just produced “Aquarela” a spectacular documentary dedicated to the power and beauty of water: watch the video!
Always sensitive to the issue of water conservation, ISOIL Industria offers high quality products and solutions for the measurement and control of fluids: find out more on the website www.isoil.it/en/
26 November 2019 - Blog
Digitalization in several areas of the water sector is a growing trend in Africa. Predominantly, automation, real-time capability and virtualization are being...
Digitalization in several areas of the water sector is a growing trend in Africa. Predominantly, automation, real-time capability and virtualization are being adopted by most African water utilities.
A hack of the digital system of a utility could result in its collapse and in the worst scenario, could be an avenue of causing harm to the people that they serve, so security of these digital systems is very important. African countries are widely exposed to cyber-attacks, compared to other economies. For this reason African water utilities need to improve efforts in the area of cyber security: all African governments through the African Union (AU) and led by the African Ministers’ Council on Water (AMCOW) should come together to produce a cyber security law, framework or policy for the water and sanitation industry on the continent.
ISOIL Industria provides solutions, systems and instrumentation to serve the integrated water markets of the future: discover ISOD@M, Isoil Data Acquisition and Management software.
16 September 2019 - Blog
IEA (the International Energy Agency) has established an independent, global commission to examine how progress on energy efficiency can be “rapidly accelerated”. The members...
IEA (the International Energy Agency) has established an independent, global commission to examine how progress on energy efficiency can be “rapidly accelerated”. The members include current and former ministers for energy and environment from Denmark, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Luxembourg, Morocco, New Zealand and Spain.
The IEA calculates that, through new and stronger policy action, the global economy could double in size by 2040 while still maintaining broadly the same level of energy use as today. Those policies alone would enable the world to achieve more than 40 percent of the emissions cuts needed to reach international climate goals using cost-effective technologies that are already available. But policy implementation has slowed and efficiency progress is weakening. Global energy-related CO2 emissions increased last year at their highest rate since 2013, and air pollution continues to be linked to millions of premature deaths each year. “It is imperative that we get global energy efficiency progress back on track,” said Dr Fatih Birol, the IEA’s Executive Director.
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