Partnership News


CalWEP Q1 Partner Plenary Meeting & Launch Celebration

CalWEP Q1 Partner Plenary Meeting & Launch Celebration

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Bylaws Votes are Counted

Bylaws Votes are Counted

Wednesday, January 03, 2018

The proposed amendments to our bylaws have been approved by a nearly unanimous vote. The changes are effective 1/1/2018. This is an important milestone in our reorganization, allowing for a much more dynamic and nimble organization. Watch your inbox for more news as we complete our transition to the California Water Efficiency Partnership.
 
Thank you to all of our members for your support during our transition.  The Partnership’s Board and staff look forward to working with members in 2018 to provide the tools and services you need to meet your water conservation and efficiency goals.  Two exciting projects happening in the first quarter of the year are a listening tour to provide members with a voice to explore and understand wants and needs as we become a chapter of the Alliance for Water Efficiency, and the release of a new Strategic Plan for the Partnership.




CalWEP Q4 All-Member Meeting

CalWEP Q4 All-Member Meeting

Tuesday, December 05, 2017

 

All-Member Meeting

Was held December 13, 2017
Many thanks to our host: Chino Basin Water Conservation District
4594 San Bernardino Street, Montclair CA 91763

Meeting topics included

  • Water Supply and Water Quality Act of 2018 - Jerry Meral
  • California Data Collaborative Update – Patrick Atwater
  • Potential Conservation Study – LADWP Staff
  • Executive Director Report and Discussion of Strategic Plan
  • 2018 Member Listening Tour
Click here to view the Full Agenda
View the Presentation Slides here

COMING SOON: Check back for link to replay the webinar

Have questions? Email CalWEP admin Michael Walker


Agencies Support the Water Conservation Rebate Tax Parity Act

Agencies Support the Water Conservation Rebate Tax Parity Act

Wednesday, November 22, 2017
Nearly 100 signatories joined the Alliance for Water Efficiency on letters to Congressman Jared Huffman and Senator Diane Feinstein in support of the Water Conservation Tax Parity Act (H.R 448 and S 1464 respectively.)

 
Public utilities in every state offer rebate programs to promote water conservation and storm water management, but the rebates they pay to homeowners are currently seen as taxable income to the recipient. This is in stark contrast to the treatment of similar energy efficiency rebates, which Congress declared non‐taxable in 1992 under Section 136 of the Internal Revenue Code.

Click here to see copies of the letters
Letter to Congressman Huffman
Letter to Senator Feinstein

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