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Demand management : Report for OCE/CWN

2009

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This report presents a critical literature of the research pertaining to energy use and management in water distribution systems. It is not exhaustive, but rather selective, and gives a fairly representative cross-section of the different avenues of research connected with energy and water distribution. The goal is to offer the reader an up-to-date overview of where the current state of research is and what are the most interesting/urgent issues being studied. It also aims to provide a historical sense of how these various threads have developed and how they fit within the overall idea of energy/water use.

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agriculture environment energy education economics air pollution public participation conservation water electricity generation natural resources biology environmental pollution demand fuel demand management ghg emissions ghg further education teaching and learning energy and resource artificial objects kwh electric energy consumption electricity production leak detection optimal water-supply engineering water distribution system conduits

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