Utility Management News

  1. PURA Vice Chairman Betkoski Completes Successful Term As NARUC President

    Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority Vice Chairman John (Jack) Betkoski III marked the completion of his term as president of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners on a high note for the organization.

  2. Grundfos Launches Innovative Pumping Solution To Aid Malaysia’s Flood Management Efforts

    Pump manufacturer Grundfos is launching an innovative solution in Malaysia to help meet its growing flood management needs, which has cost the country catastrophic damages over the years.

  3. Checking Water Quality At The Tap

    When consumers turn on a faucet, they expect the drinking water that gushes out to be safe. A new report in ACS’ journal Environmental Science & Technology found that U.S. public-supply tap water generally meets all enforceable standards.

  4. New Tech Could Generate Freshwater From Fracking Wastewater

    Agua Dulce Technologies, LLC, a privately funded and owned corporation based in Littleton, Colorado, is building a 16,500 square foot facility in Denver to host a wastewater purification plant and will receive feedstock from Wastewater Disposal Facilities, which could generate thousands of gallons of freshwater per day from fracking and other wastewater.

  5. The SWAN Forum To Host Leading Global Smart Water Event In The U.S.

    The Smart Water Networks Forum (SWAN) is thrilled to announce that its annual, flagship event will take place in Miami, May 15-16, 2019 at the Hyatt Regency Miami. For the first time, this event is being held in North America due to the booming regional interest in smart water technologies and rapid growth of the SWAN North American Alliance.

  6. Edinburgh Water Firm Wins International Award For Digital Transformation

    Edinburgh based water retailer, Business Stream has won a top international award recognising its innovative approach to customer service.

  7. New Survey Reveals Strong Public Support For Infrastructure Investment

    Sir John Armitt recently welcomed a new survey showing strong public support for investment in infrastructure – and recognition of its benefits to the wider UK economy.

  8. UMD, TAMU Report: Nationwide Urban Flooding Disrupts Local Economies, Public Safety, And Housing Equity

    Flooding caused by an increasing number of intense rainfall events is a national challenge and significant source of economic loss, social disruption, and housing inequality across the United States, says a new report from the University of Maryland (UMD) and Texas A&M University (TAMU).

  9. National Infrastructure Commission Responds To Government Announcement On Tackling Drought

    Environment Secretary Michael Gove announced plans to improve the resilience of England’s water supply and set a clear target to halve water leakages by 2050 – matching a key recommendation by the National Infrastructure Commission.

  10. NV Energy Delivers Reliable Power Distribution With Sensus

    The lights along the Las Vegas strip are so bright they can be seen clearly from space. Imagine the amount of energy it takes to run this city full of 24/7 entertainment.