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Q1 Partner Plenary (All-Member) Meeting Agenda

Published on Thursday, February 22, 2018

Partner Plenary Meeting Highlights

MARCH 7, 2018 
10:00 am – 3:00 pm 
Host: Regional Water Authority 
Sacramento County Regional Sanitation District 
10060 Goethe Road, Sacramento CA 95827

Check out our Launch Page for the Full Agenda

Keynote: “Preparing for California’s Next Drought: Roles for Urban Utilities, the State, and the Public.”– Ellen Hanak, Public Policy Institute of California & David Mitchell, MCubed

CalWEP Strategic Plan & Member Listening Tour – Mary Ann Dickinson

“California Urban Water Conservation Delivers Bonus Energy Savings” - Kendra Olmos, Executive Director, UC Davis Center for Water and Energy Efficiency

“Yin and Yang: Positioning Your Water Conservation Portfolios for Energy Efficiency Gains” – Jonathan Kleinman, President, Aiqueous and Lauren Casentini of Resource Innovations

Avoided Cost Analysis of LADWP’s Rates - Thomas Chesnutt, A & N Technical Services and Terrence McCarthy, LADWP

DWR Update – Peter Brostrom, California Department of Water Resources

SLACK for CalWEP CII – A Collaboration Platform to Facilitate Interaction – Marty LaPorte, Principal, ManageWater, Inc.


Northern California Water Conservation Showcase

March 20, 2018
9:00am - 6:00pm
PG&E Pacific Energy Center
851 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

Join PG&E, EBMUD, SFPUC, USGBC, and AIA SF for a full day of learning and fun at the 15th Annual Water Conservation Showcase.

Speakers include CalWEP's Mary Ann Dickinson and Lisa Cuellar.

Be sure to stop by our Exhibitor booth.

Click here for more information or to register.


Need funding? Metropolitan Water District Request for Proposals for the 2018 Innovative Conservation Program

Metropolitan's Innovative Conservation Program provides funding in cooperation with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Western Resource Advocates, Southern Nevada Water Authority, the Central Arizona Project, and the Southern California Gas Company for research that will document water savings and reliability of innovative water savings devices.

The objective is to evaluate the water savings potential and reliability of innovative water saving devices, technologies, and strategies.

Subject to funding availability, a total of $550,000 will competitively be awarded to proposals seeking up to $50,000.

Deadline for proposals is March 22, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. PST.

Click here for more information.