Energy and water efficiency are a key part of our green building design and part of our roadmap to sustainable design. We are always exploring innovative ways to reduce energy usage in new and existing buildings in order to minimize the impact they have on the environment. More efficient technologies continue to be developed and we carefully evaluate and apply these technologies when they provide the right balance of environmental and economic benefits.
Being water and energy efficient provides a wide range of benefits—for utilities, consumers, businesses, and the community as a whole. Using less water means moving and treating less water, which helps reduce the strain on water supplies and drinking water and wastewater infrastructure. Water and wastewater utilities are typically the largest consumers of energy in municipalities. Implementing energy efficiency measures at water sector systems can significantly reduce operating costs. There are many ways to decrease household water and energy use through simple daily tasks or the installation of water- and energy-efficient products.
SEPID aim to ensure the resiliency of our future energy and water systems through energy efficiency strategies and technologies, renewable energy, and water efficiency. We are committed to the efficient use of water resources.