In the face of high energy bills, utilities are turning to artificial intelligence to optimise energy consumption. Approaches vary greatly, with utilities incorporating external products or developing software internally.
Two utilities are demonstrating how artificial intelligence (AI) can optimise energy use in water and wastewater treatment plants. Each has taken a different approach. Melbourne Water, an Australian utility, chose to develop the project internally, whereas United Utilities, operating in the northwest of England, has opted to integrate the platform offering of energy management firm Open Energi.
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