More than 100 utilities use i2O solutions in more than 35 countries
Anglian Water, UK
The pump-fed Terrington District Zone (DZ) had an average burst rate of 36 per year, which was disrupting customer service. Anglian Water’s Optimised Water Network (OWN) team wanted to find more intelligent ways of controlling Terrington DZ, with the aim of reducing bursts, lowering energy consumption and improving customer service.Find out more
South East Water, UK
In 2012, during the most severe drought in a generation, South East Water was faced with the prospect of water shortages and had begun to implement demand constraints. The company decided to install i2O’s Advanced Pressure Management solution across 200 of its District Metered Areas (DMAs).Find out more
Air Selangor, Malaysia
The state of Selangor in Malaysia experienced severe water shortage in 2014 and was forced to embark on a water rationing programme across hundreds of DMAs. oNet was used to ensure that supply could be cut and restored reliably at fixed times and on specific days.Find out more
City of Cape Town, South Africa
An average mains burst frequency of 21 per 100km per year and a 21% leakage rate meant the City of Cape Town (CoCT) needed to find more effective ways of managing pressure in its water distribution network.Find out more
eThekwini Municipality, South Africa
The eThekwini Municipality includes the city of Durban, serving a population of 3.5 million people. Its water supply infrastructure faces many challenges, including a coastal location and high water table. eThekwini Municipality had been working with JOAT to address some of its water management problems.Find out more
Jeddah City Business Unit (JCBU), Saudi Arabia
Jeddah is supplied with nearly 1 million cubic meters of water per day, almost all of which comes from desalination plants. Desalination is expensive and the government was concerned about water loss in Jeddah through pipe leakage and maintenance issues which it was keen to address.Find out more
To keep pace with soaring economic growth, Brazil’s water industry needed to improve its water supply infrastructure. Following a market evaluation, Sabesp - the country's largest state-owned utility, chose i2O's Advanced Pressure Management system for a 2 month trial.Find out more
United Utilities, UK
United Utilities wanted to assess the leakage reduction capabilities of i2O's Advanced Pressure Management solution in its Lister Drive DMA, which was already deemed to have very good pressure control.Find out more
Severn Trent Water, UK
Severn Trent Water provides water services to 4.5 million customers across the Midlands and Wales. Its Hady DMA, located in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, had a history of pipe bursts and high leakage levels (640 m³/d), which the utility was keen to address.Find out more
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