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Sandia helps provide water data for secure energy supply

Water availability data helps operators of thermoelectric power plants ensure a stable supply of energy, despite uncertainties. “We’re looking at the whole energy infrastructure and considering the risk water availability imposes on the system and how we can grow the system in a way that is more robust to uncertainties in the water system,” [...]

By | 2018-12-19T20:54:47+00:00 December 19th, 2018|Energy, Energy-Water Nexus, Water Security|Comments Off on Sandia helps provide water data for secure energy supply

Energy/Water Website available

A new website dedicated to Sandia’s Energy/Water efforts is now live and available to view. The site provides a program overview, examples of the program’s work, and even access to research, data, models, and decision support tools that address water supply challenges faced by the US. Focus areas include water treatment, data modeling and analysis, [...]

By | 2017-02-23T22:42:59+00:00 February 20th, 2017|Energy-Water Nexus, News, News & Events, Water Security|Comments Off on Energy/Water Website available

Sandians Recognized in Environmental Science & Technology’s Best Paper Competition

A paper by Vince Tidwell, Barbie Moreland, and Katie Zemlick (all currently in or formerly members of Sandia’s Earth Systems Analysis Dept.), “Geographic footprint of electricity use for water services in the western US,” was selected by Environmental Science & Technology (ES&T) as the 2014 first runner-up for best paper in the “Environmental Technology” category. [...]