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Wireless networks data aggregation allows in-network processing, reduces packet transmission and data redundancy, and thus helps extend wireless sensor systems to the full duration of their lives. There have been many ways of dividing the network into clusters, collecting information from nodes and adding it to the base station, to extend wireless sensor network life. Certain cluster algorithms consider the residual energy of the nodes when selecting clusterheads and others regularly rotate the selection head of the cluster. However, we seldom investigate the network density or local distance. In this report we present an energy-efficient clustering algorithm that selects the best cluster heads of the system after dividing the network into clusters. The cluster head selection depends on the distance between the base station nodes and the remaining power of this approach.Each node's residual energy is compared to the node count. Our results show that the solution proposed more efficiently extends the life of the wireless sensor network. The algorithm prolongs the life and effectiveness of the Wireless Sensor Network.