WEXUS (WATER-ENERGY NEXUS) BLOG

Insights for driving ag water-energy management & technology

IN THE NEWS

Wexus Featured in Western Grower & Shipper Magazine: March/April 2017 Edition

“Many companies in the agtech space are focused on irrigation management through automation and remote control via hardware and sensors in the field. That technology is great, but a key problem still remains: no one can really tell you the costs associated with irrigation and what your real return on investment will be after you implement the technology. But we can,” said Terrell.

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CASE STUDIES

TUTORIALS

How to Export Your Energy and Water Data

Our export data feature was created to help you save a lot of time across your farming operations and reporting. Now you can simply go to Wexus’ “My Bills” page, click a few buttons, and export several years or specific months of electric (or gas) energy usage and billing data. This can significantly help your farm’s administrators, accountants, and sustainability managers by cutting down the amount of hours spent manually inputting paper bills into spreadsheets every month

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How to Use Your Savings Plan

Because Wexus is dedicated to helping growers save money, energy & time, we’ve created a first-of-its kind feature to help you automatically identify and track cost ($), energy (kWh) and peak power (kW) savings. With the Savings Plan feature, Wexus automatically creates a plan based on your historical energy usage with suggested ways to drive savings. Then Wexus automatically tracks the savings for you by pulling in your utility bills and energy usage every month (or in real time if you have add’l hardware installed through our partners).

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EFFICIENCY INSIGHTS

Pump Efficiency Explained

In this post, we’ll break down the meaning of pumping efficiency so we have a clear understanding of what’s being measured, what the numbers mean, and how it can affect your farming operations.In this post, we’ll break down the meaning of pumping efficiency so we have a clear understanding of what’s being measured, what the numbers mean, and how it can affect your farming operations.

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