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The Disappearing Utility Workforce

With labor capacity becoming increasingly challenging, utilities are looking at new technology to improve operational efficiencies. New systems can’t prevent knowledge loss, but they can help utilities streamline processes to reduce labor needs.

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Smart Cities: Critical Components for Building the City of Tomorrow, Today

To best meet the needs of this growth and prevent strains on infrastructure, cities are turning their attention toward providing enhanced security, efficiency, environmental stewardship and looking more holistically at becoming smart cities.

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Under the Magnifying Glass: How to Increase Revenue and Lower Operating Costs

A magnifying glass can instantly enhance a picture into focus. This same concept can be applied to your city—looking closely, you can find new ways to enhance performance and reduce costs.

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Guaranteed Energy Savings Contracts: An Efficient and Viable Procurement Option

Guaranteed Energy Savings Projects are a proven procurement method to renovate and renew Illinois public schools.

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AWWA 2021 State of the Water Industry

Regarding issues that we face today, the American Water Works Associations (AWWA) produces an annual report highlighting the Top-10 most significant concerns facing water utilities today.

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Renewing Water Infrastructure One City at a Time

The City of Jacksonville saved millions of gallons of water during the Texas storm surge as a direct result of their water infrastructure project.

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