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The Schneider Electric Water Wastewater Competency Center (WWCC)
Because of our expertise and focus, we can deliver everything from world-class integrated system design, to ongoing service. We can help you exceed your requirements for sustainability and energy efficiency, site and data security, process control and optimization, lighting, demand response and renewable energy. With hundreds of trusted brands, such as Square D, we can help you make the most of your energy. Contact the WWCC
In addition to providing top-of-the-line products, solutions, and services, the WWCC is also committed to providing you with local, face-to-face training on sustainability, energy management, automation and control, power quality, and a host of other topics that provide you with information that helps you reach your operational goals. Learn more about these free workshops and when one will be held in a city near you!
Model 6 Motor Control Center (MCC) Video
Mark Leinmiller of Schneider Electric’s Water Wastewater Competency Center talks about the integral role energy plays in water, and the many ways utilities can benefit from optimization, oversight, and automation.
Todd Schnick: We’re coming to you live, from Dallas, Texas. This is day two of AWWA ACE 2012 and Water Online Radio. I’m your host, Todd Schnick, joined by my colleague, Todd Youngblood. Todd, we’ve got lunch, and we’re ready to go for the next half of the day.
Todd Youngblood: Too much bunny food at lunch. We got there too late, and all the good stuff, all the meat got picked over. I don’t know what was left.
Todd Schnick: A lot of fellows in this hall. We were left with all the green stuff. That was no good, but we’re kicking off the afternoon section with a really exciting guest. I want to welcome Mark Leinmiller, who’s a segment manager for the Water Wastewater Competency Center for Schneider Electric. Welcome to the show, Mark.
Mark: Thank you very much.
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There’s a lot of talk in the water industry these days about “operating smarter.” But what does “operating smarter” actually mean?
Smart Water Network (SWAN) is the water utility industry’s equivalent to the energy industry’s Smart Grid.
A Q&A with Matthew Gormley and Gerald Dixon of Schneider Electric, who explain the functionality, operational advantages, and cost savings associated with variable speed drives (VSDs).
Phones have now become smart phones, water has become smart water, and cities are now trending towards becoming smart cities, but what does all this mean and how do we effectively make our water infrastructure smarter?
Energy costs have become an increasing contributor to pumping systems Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). In fact, energy cost represents 40% of the TCO of a typical pump. It is possible to reduce the electrical consumption by at least 30% utilizing Variable Speed Drives while decreasing maintenance costs associated with the mechanical driven system. This paper explains how to reduce TCO with a limited investment focused on three key areas: energy efficiency management, asset management, and energy cost management.