Updated October 20, 2023 *Includes correction related to qualifying residential accounts* SB 606 and AB 1668, signed in 2018 and referred to as the Long-Term Framework legislation, are intended to...
CalWEP’s mission is to maximize urban water efficiency and conservation throughout California.
We do this by supporting and integrating innovative technologies and practices; encouraging effective public policies; advancing research, training, and public education; and building collaborative approaches and partnerships.
December 11, 2023 11:00 AM-4:00 PM | San Francisco and Online
Plenaries provide members with information they need to know. The winter program will include what’s new at CalWEP, the Alliance for Water Efficiency, and a look at the development of a new leak detection training program. This event will also feature a special session members requested on CIMIS. In the afternoon, we will dive into a "Climate Ready Landscapes" workshops, including an in-depth conversation about what water agencies can do to incentivize these types of landscape transformations in their communities. Following the Plenary, join us for a special CalWEP Holiday Happy. It's been a big year for water efficiency professionals, so let's spread some cheer and close out the year with some fun.MORE INFORMATION
"When I'm looking for new resources about water conservation and efficiency, CalWEP and the Alliance for Water Efficiency are my go-to organizations. They have years of experience and have cultivated the information I need to make informed decisions."
"Peer to Peer is one of the single most worthwhile events that I attend all year. I value the opportunity to exchange ideas, gain insight and share in the successes and failures experienced by my peers as we forge new trails in water conservation."
"We partner with CalWEP on our Smart Rebates program. They handle the approval, administration and processing of rebate applications and send payments directly to our customers. This important water-saving program allows District staff to focus on other water-saving endeavors."