Spain s large water companies, Consorci d AigE-es de Tarragona (CAT), will become the first water utility in Europe to implement Derceto s Aquadapt operations optimisation software.
Following a competitive tender process CAT has awarded a contract to Derceto s local implementation partner Adasa, a specialist water utility systems integration and services companies in Spain.
CAT's water distribution system was analysed by Adasa and Derceto and determined as being ideal for an Aquadapt implementation.
Based on implementations at water utilities in other countries, Derceto expects CAT to rapidly recover costs of the Aquadapt software and implementation, with 500,000 annual savings projected.
Key innovators mentioned in this research include Aquamatix Limited, Derceto
, Hydropoint Data Systems, Inc.
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Wayne Spittal, General Manager, Derceto
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WELLINGTON, New Zealand, April 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- One of the top ten UK water utility companies - Northumbrian Water Ltd - has awarded a multi-million pound contract to specialist New Zealand water utility optimization software company Derceto via their UK partner, Mouchel.
Derceto's CEO Wayne Spittal says the contract, the largest signed by Derceto to date, will see Derceto implement its Aquadapt software throughout Northumbrian Water Ltd plants in the UK, enabling significant energy cost savings of around GBP 1 million (USD 1.
But as the product was evaluated, and Derceto analyzed the cost saving opportunities, it became clear that in addition to achieving significant energy savings, Aquadapt could also provide accurate energy modeling, and that data could be used to negotiate more favorable three-year energy supply contracts.