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Water Energy Resources

Wastewater and Water Energy Resources

Wastewater and water treatment plants need a substantial amount of electrical energy to conduct unit processes and operations. To reduce energy costs, water and wastewater treatment plants must understand their electric utility rates and rate structures. The key is developing the infrastructure and a culture, internally and externally, that supports recovering these resources through water and wastewater treatment facilities.

Contact Us for Energy Consulting

HelioPower is there at every step to strengthen your energy decisions. You receive clear recommendations, analytics, and market intelligence to your company's needs.

Solar Energy

Energy Consulting

Water and Wastewater Energy Reduction

HelioPower has been helping water and wastewater facilities with their energy reduction for years. We know there isn't a one-size fits all solution because each facility operates uniquely. That's why we offer two key service lines: solar and energy consulting services. Our clients can find their cost-effective energy solutions that support their financial and operational integrity.

Case Study

Wastewater Energy Cost Reduction

Read a case study on Wastewater Energy Cost Reduction at the South San Francisco Water Quality Control Plant.

Water Environment Federation Energy Roadmap

Wastewater treatment plants are not waste disposal facilities but are water resource recovery facilities that produce clean water, recover nutrients (such as phosphorus and nitrogen), and have the potential to reduce the nation's dependence on fossil fuels through the production and use of renewable energy and the implementation of energy conservation. The Water Environment Federation Energy Roadmap (WEF) helps water facilities increase on-site energy production, reduce energy consumption and focus on overall energy management.

WEF Energy Framework Assessment

Wastewater treatment plants are not waste disposal facilities but are water resource recovery facilities that produce clean water, recover nutrients (such as phosphorus and nitrogen), and have the potential to reduce the nation's dependence on fossil fuels through the production and use of renewable energy and the implementation of energy conservation. The Water Environment Federation Energy Roadmap (WEF) helps water facilities increase on-site energy production, reduce energy consumption and focus on overall energy management.

Water Districts

HelioPower has successfully engineered, financed, and implemented clean energy projects for our clients. Even after implementation, HelioPower helps ongoing operations, maintenance, and management to ensure your energy project successfully reaches the set forth project goals. The process begins with energy analytics. If you have a deep understanding of your energy intensity or need help to develop an energy intensity profile, our consultants can help map out a path to greater energy efficiency.

moulton niguel water district energy demand management includes water energy resources

HelioPower and Energy Consulting

Learn more about how HelioPower takes an independent approach to deliver the highest quality of advisory services for clients. HelioPower is a member of the Water Environment Federation (WEF) and a member of WEF's Energy Roadmap Steering Committee that was responsible for producing WEF's Energy Roadmap.  We've helped numerous water districts around the country develop a better understanding of their energy intensity and an action plan to improve their energy efficiency and overall cost of energy.