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Billmeter®


 

BILLMETER®

A REAL SOLUTION TO APPARENT LOSSES 

 

 

WHAT IS IT?

Billmeter® is a pioneering IT application that is seen as a technological reinforcement in the fight against apparent water losses.

This active control methodology for meter error losses supports an optimised meter stock management, increasing the efficiency and profitability of investments.

Allows statistical evaluation of the performance of each individual meter, recommending its optimum replacement frequency.

FEATURES

Provides integrated and segmented information for the diagnosis of meter stock performance and profitability.

In considering variables such as consumption patterns, measurement error evolution, costs associated with the meter and the tariff, Billmeter® statistically classifies meters by unbilled water recovery potential, recommending their respective replacement at the end of this period to maximise this potential.

The utility can simulate scenarios based on meter errors and consumption patterns previously defined in the Billmeter® library or from custom libraries.

GOALS

This technological tool provides an estimation of under-metering allowing the quantification of apparent losses per customer and meter. Also identifies replacement priorities according to potential economic gain.

Optimises meter acquisition and preventive maintenance plans, minimizing costs and maximising investment profitability. 

Contribute to equality between water supplied, measured and billed to direct clients.

SALES

Billmeter® is available as a SaaS (Software as a Service) to water supply and sewage managing utilities. Depending on the utilities size, characteristics and needs, it can be customised accordingly and is also available in Consultancy mode and/or with the supply of diagnostic reports.

More information here

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CONTACTS

EPAL – Empresa Portuguesa das Águas Livres, S.A.
Departamento de Clientes, Produtos e Serviços
Av. da Liberdade, 24
1250-144 Lisboa

Telephone | +351 213 251 396








  


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