The Pump Efficiency Organization (PEO) offers pump operators a software tool that provides valuable information about pump systems and how they can use energy more efficiently through proper maintenance and conservation opportunities. Designed by a group of experienced engineers, this state-of-the-art program will store complete system information all in one place, manage any needed repairs, and provide ready-to-use data for a variety of improvement opportunities.
Significant energy resources are required to extract, convey, treat, cool, heat, and deliver liquids (such as water) which is typically purchased from your local utility. According to the EPA, it has been shown that the water sector accounts for 30 to 40 percent of total energy consumption. As a result, there are plenty of opportunities to reduce energy consumption by increasing the overall efficiency of a pump system. Our goal, as an energy conservation advocate, is to reduce both greenhouse gas emissions and the operating cost of the equipment that’s used to produce water.