Extends the vital benefits of water management to members of water utilities
– Ric Miles, COO at Flume
SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIFORNIA, USA, October 13, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Flume, the company that brings connectivity and intelligence to household water use, today announced a national partnership with the Alliance for Water Efficiency (AWE). The partnership, which was secured through a competitive bidding process, is an expanded version of a similar successful program that originally debuted in California. Together, Flume and AWE enable a nationwide network of over 300 AWE utility members to deploy a suite of hardware, software and information services that help improve water utilities and update water utility goals. Water Management.
As part of the program, Flume and AWE will partner to provide discounted access to vital water management technology for customers and utilities. Each participating AWE member will have access to customer-specific, disaggregated internal and external end-use data, which will improve customer relationships, leak and loss management and insight. reports on the use of water in real time.
âUtilities are constantly looking for new and innovative ways to improve customer relationships, reduce leaks, improve water management and increase access to data, while customers are looking for means to better understand and manage their water consumption, to reduce their bills. , and do their part to take care of the planet, âsaid Ric Miles, COO at Flume. âThis program provides utilities and consumers with the tools, information and data they need to effect positive change in the overall goal of water conservation.
AWE brings together a network of diverse stakeholders to facilitate the adoption of water conservation programs, advance cutting-edge research and encourage cooperative dialogue between sectors that enables real progress. AWE is excited to expand the programs offered to its utility members and believes there is an opportunity for water agencies to deploy smart devices faster that will benefit their customers. AWE and Flume look forward to enabling utility customers to monitor water usage throughout the home, view indoor and outdoor usage data, and alert customers directly potential leaks and, in turn, save water.
âAWE is delighted to offer our members across the country discounted access to Flume’s technology, expanding the pilot program that has been so successful through our California chapter. This collaboration advances AWE’s mission on several fronts. Smart home water monitors help homeowners reduce their water use and utility bills, and the accompanying data enables water providers to refine and expand their broader efficiency initiatives .
The program officially begins for members of AWE water utilities on October 13, 2021. For more information, please contact: [email protected]
Inspired by California’s record drought, Flume helps homeowners better understand their water usage and conservation. By providing real-time information on water usage, Flume protects the home, puts the power of water consumption and conservation in the hands of the customer, and improves the relationship with our most precious resource. . The FlumeÂ® The smart water system consists of an easy-to-install sensor that fits most existing household water meters, which communicates water usage to the homeowner in real time. To date, Flume has tens of thousands of devices installed in the United States. Learn more at www.flumewater.com
About the Alliance for Water Efficiency
The Alliance for Water Efficiency (AWE) is a North American 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the sustainable and efficient use of water. Based in Chicago, AWE works with more than 500 water utilities, water conservation professionals in business and industry, planners, regulators and consumers. As the leading voice of water efficiency, the AWE platform brings together innovative technical resources to facilitate the adoption of water conservation programs, cutting-edge research to address pressing challenges and collaborative dialogue between stakeholders to promote the adoption of water conservation programs. Learn more at www.allianceforwaterefficiency.org
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