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Smart Water business intelligence week 14/06/2021


Julien Denormandie, Minister of Agriculture and Food, and Bérangère Abba, Secretary of State for Biodiversity, launched, on Friday May 28, the agricultural Varenne for water and adaptation to climate change . In the line of sight: a common and operational roadmap in January 2022:

Lancement du Varenne agricole de l’eau et de l’adaptation au changement climatique


DEWA’s Smart Response Initiative (UAE) reduced the number of steps required to correct interruptions from 10 steps to a single step, as well as the number of field visits by DEWA technicians from 56 % and the duration of repair of interruptions of 43%. This increased the quality of service by 93% and customer confidence by 94%. Stakeholder satisfaction rate with the initiative reached 96% while technical water complaints decreased by 42% between 2013 and 2020, from 1.63% to 0.94 %:

[UAE] DEWA’s smart programmes increase conservation and water network efficiency


The Senate Spatial Planning Committee starts examining the “Climate and Resilience” bill on June 2. In the morning, elected officials began to review the government’s copy, particularly on the thorny issue of water reservoirs:

Loi climat : en commission, le Sénat concilie la préservation de l’eau avec les activités humaines


The World Bank has just granted a loan of 700 million dollars to Nigeria. The credit from the International Development Association (IDA) will finance access to water, sanitation and hygiene (Wash) for 6 million people, mainly in rural areas and small towns:

NIGERIA : l’IDA finance l’eau et l’assainissement pour 6 millions de personnes

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