Reducing pumping energy subsidies/increasing energy tariffs

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Water flow treatment system from the water pump pipe.Motion of water gushing out of the pipe from Koi Pond Carp fish farm for oxygen.Water was drain by tube pvc.Industrial wastewater treatment

Once a well is constructed, the major cost n groundwater abstraction is the energy required to lift water. This cost will depend not only on the water-table depth, aquifer characteristics and well-efficiency, but also on the unit cost of energy for pumping. Thus, rural electricity pricing can be a useful tool to influence groundwater pumping trends in the absence of adequate water resources administration capacity or political will to undertake direct volumetric charging.

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