- Extensive examination of all aspects of a COMMUNITY / COMMERCIAL organization’s assets and processes focused on water / wastewater, energy and INFRASTRUCTURE;
- Comprehensive analysis of ESG and Sustainability Challenges relating to operational efficiencies and growth goals;
- Socioeconomic impacts of ESG & Sustainability and current practices (local and regional /county-wide analysis);
- Roadmap for the development / deployment technologies, processes, systems needed to modernize an organization’s INFRASTRUCTURE supporting local and regional economic growth and development goals;
- Report Out outlining the current environment of infrastructure and practices;
- Post deployment impacts of the roadmap to support economic development and growth goals.
MOST COMPREHENSIVE PUBLIC / PRIVATE
INFRASTRUCTURE “INTELLIGENCE” DATABASE IN EXISTENCE
COMPLETE CAPSTONE ESG SOLUTION METHODOLOGY AND SERVICES…
EXAMPLE: RESILIENT IoT INFRASTRUCTURE CASE STUDY
– CISCO, TEXAS –
Cisco, TX: An east Texas community, population 3,788.
Capstone ESG Delivered:
- Assessment: Full review of community infrastructure challenges;
- Infrastructure Build: A fully-integrated cloud-based water management solution;
- Project financing via public/private partnerships;
- “Budget Neutral” project cost via combination of cost savings, improved billing (revenue generation through automation)and favorable project finance.
CAPSTONE ESG SOLUTION & OUTCOMES:
- Cisco, Texas owns and maintains the second oldest concrete dam reservoir in the U.S.
- By 2014 Cisco had reached a critical sustainability point, dropping below 54% capacity for the first time in history.
- Reservoirs down the same watershed were at 19% capacity putting additional sustainably stress on the region.
- Excessive draw from the watershed due to population growth and under managed water losses in excess of 38% presented an unthinkable scenario: the complete collapse of the only water supply for the city.
- CAPSTONE ESG WATER-AS-A-SERVICE (WaaS) INFRASTRUCTURE program reduces water losses up to 11% annually and provides continuous (real-time) insights via proprietary sensors to undermanaged areas.
- REDUCED STRESS ON THE OVERALL WATER SHED over the next 5 years by estimated 250,000,000 gallons within a region averaging 29inches of rain a year;
- INCREASED WATER REVENUES BY 10% through 100% billing of water users;
- NETTED OVER 215 METRIC-TONS OF CARBON REDUCTION and reservoir levels that significantly increased reserves above levels seen over the past5 years.
- MADE DIRECT ESG COMMUNITY ECONOMIC IMPACTS through lower costs and improved water quality benefitting 100+ businesses, 3605 Cisco Junior College students and faculty, 845 K-12 students, numerous city employees, and residences.