SUEZ wins two contracts in the sustainable management of water resources in South East Asia

SUEZ has signed one contract in Singapore and one in Malaysia with a total value of €10.8 million. PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency, has chosen SUEZ to expand and maintain a system for real-time monitoring and optimization of reservoir and catchment operations for a period of four years. This is aligned with the Smart PUB Roadmap that targets to meet Singapore’s future water needs and water resources management optimization through comprehensive digitalization. The second contract will provide drinking water to 400,000 residents in Terengganu State, Malaysia.

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SUEZ brings top tech to boost Melbourne's water network

Melbourne Water has partnered with waste and water resource management company SUEZ in an innovative project to optimise and automate distribution throughout its drinking water supply network and reduce its overall energy consumption.

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Hunter Water to implement SUEZ’s proven AQUADVANCED™ Energy

Hunter Water has awarded SUEZ the contract to implement the proven AQUADVANCED™ Energy solution, to optimise water distribution throughout Hunter Water’s network, helping to reduce its energy consumption and environmental footprint.

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SUEZ innovates with a unique solution to monitor drinking water quality in real-time

The performance and safety of drinking water supply systems are at the heart of public health challenges. SUEZ leverages on its long-standing expertise in water services and digital technologies to offer a unique solution for the real-time monitoring of drinking water quality in distribution networks: AQUADVANCED® Quality Monitoring.

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SUEZ invests in Hydrelis offering innovative digital solutions to manage water consumption within buildings

SUEZ has invested in Hydrelis through a capital increase via its investment fund SUEZ Ventures. This transaction complements SUEZ's ON’connect™ range of smart water meters and enables this young French company to boost its international development. CapHorn Invest, a historical shareholder in Hydrelis, also participated in the transaction.

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