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Stage 1 of El Paso Water Utilities Installation Completed

January 04, 2013 

[San Francisco, CA, USA - 4 January 2013] Today Derceto, Inc. completed the first stage of a two part implementation of it’s Aquadapt energy management and operations optimization solution for El Paso Water Utilities (EPWU). El Paso is located in West Texas on the international boundary between Mexico and the United States on the Rio Grande. The City of El Paso and the surrounding area of El Paso County, with a population of approximately 750,000 is the fifth largest city in Texas.

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Northumbrian present their Aquadapt implementation at SWAN UK 2012

December 02, 2012 

Dennis Dellow of Essex & Suffolk Water and Mick Baker of Northumbrian Water presented an interesting two part report on their implementation of Aquadapt throughout the entire Northumbrian distribution networks.  The PDF document below covers the procurement process through to post-installation performance assessment, which is still ongoing.  Only the Suffolk distribution system remains to be installed, which will occur after telemetry upgrade rollouts are completed in late 2013 or early 2014.

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Derceto Selected by The Artemis Projectâ„¢ as a 2012 Top 50 Water Company

September 13, 2012 

San Francisco, CA. (September 13, 2012). Derceto is pleased to announce that it has been chosen for the 2012 Artemis Top 50 Water Tech Listing™. 

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Northumbrian provides feedback on Derceto project

August 17, 2012 

In our recent project closure client satisfaction survey, Northumbrian Water Limited scored us an almost perfect 99%.  This is unprecedented for such a large and complex software project and echoes the feedback we hear from our clients that "Derceto makes it happen!"  

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El Paso Water Utilities anticipates significant savings from Derceto Aquadapt

April 23, 2012 

In a move to achieve significant energy savings, along with increased efficiency of water network operations, El Paso Water Utilities (EPWU) – responsible for water supply to El Paso City in Texas, and parts of the surrounding County including the large Fort Bliss military base – has begun implementing Derceto’s Aquadapt energy management software.  

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Demand Response opens up major energy
cost savings for US Aquadapt customers

May 25, 2011 

With US power companies now offering Demand Response incentives amounting to $300,000/MW, customers of Derceto’s Aquadapt software are well placed to save money – and make a major contribution to efficient energy management across their local grid.

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Derceto signs strategic sale with K-Water

August 16, 2010 

Specialist New Zealand water utility software company, Derceto, has signed a highly strategic new sale agreement with Korea’s K-water, one of the world’s largest water utility companies responsible for bulk supply of water to most of South Korea including treated water to 25 million people and raw water for industrial use. 

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Korea's K-water starts two Phase 1 feasibility projects

June 12, 2010 

K-water, the bulk supplier of water to nearly all of Korea, has awarded two feasibility projects to Derceto. These two studies are being undertaken in collaboration with our in-country partner, EnE System, which has already supplied technical specialists for the projects to work in the Derceto New Zealand office.

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Case study

Jun 05 2013

Mick Baker, Network Control Manager, Northumbrian Water PLC.

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FAQ

Q: How far ahead does Aquadapt software Schedule?

Dec 04 2010

A: Aquadapt software schedules up to 48 hours ahead but displays a 24-hour window of time on the operator screen. This shows the previous three hours and the next 21 hours. As the day progresses Aquadapt software continues to create new schedules for the rest of the current day and the whole of the next day. At the end of the day there is 24 and a 1/2 hours of schedule, and half an hour later as the day rolls over the Aquadapt software goes back to full 48 hour scheduling. 

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