Adsyst Automation Ltd and
Perceptive Engineering Ltd are very pleased to announce that they have been
selected by Thames Water to deliver Advanced Process Control at multiple
sites. The contract will run for the final part of AMP5 and into AMP6.
Their Advanced Process
Control offer will deliver energy savings and reduced risk of consent failure,
while at the same time providing control room personnel operators with more
reliable and robust information.
While the systems have been
installed for Welsh Water, Northumbrian Water and United Utilities,
Thames Water has elected to install additional innovative functionality,
including automated management of peak tariff and triad periods, to minimise
the cost of bought-in energy.
The partnership between
Perceptive and Adsyst will ensure that the projects are delivered in line with
Thames’ requirements to ensure safe installation with minimal risk to both process
operation and treated water quality.
Matthew Gee, Energy
Efficiency Manager with Thames Water, said, “We are looking forward to working
with these companies to see what these innovations can deliver, in terms of
efficiency and operational improvements".