Media archive

Browse the Media archive for a selection of archived published articles.  

Waterworld Magazine article

September 01, 2007

Mouchel Parkman has joined up with New Zealand-based company Derceto to help British water companies reduce their energy costs and carbon footprint. Article in Waterworld on the collaboration between Derceto and Mouchel Group in the UK.

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Water Efficiency Magazine article: 'A Delicate Balance'

April 01, 2007

 By Amy Sorkin Kurland | Pump-scheduling software helps the East Bay Municipal Utility District lower costs without compromising water pressure.

The article, published in the March/April 2007 edition of Water Efficiency Magazine, includes insights from a user's perspective.

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Distributed Energy Magazine article:
"Minimizing Cost, Maximizing Quality"

February 01, 2007

By Amy Sorkin Kurland | Water transportation is costly enough as it is, but with electricity rates continuing to rise, many in the industry are working even harder than ever to find new technology that will reduce those costs.  

This article was published in the January/February 2007 edition of Distributed Energy Magazine.

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Measurement and Verification of Energy Performance Contracts

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After graduating with a Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) Simon spent the next 21 years in control systems design, rising to become a partner in The Beca Group in 1999. In 2000 Simon used his experience of control systems and water treatment processes to design the complex software at the heart of the Aquadapt product, the world’s first commercially available real-time pump scheduling optimizer. Email Simon 


Q: Does Aquadapt software run on the office LAN or the Control LAN?

Oct 19 2010

A: We generally run two servers. One is on the Control LAN and reads and writes Scada data. The other is on the office LAN and allows access to Aquadapt data from any computer in the clients network. A secure independent network exists between the two computers which does not allow bridging or data pass-through. This keeps the Control Network safe from viruses, worms and the like.