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Energy continues to be a key issue for public water agencies. ACWA is engaged on the regulatory and legislative arenas, and continues to explore opportunities for members to develop and utilize renewable energy sources through the ACWA Preferred Provider Program.

Latest News about Energy

Water and energy utility managers from throughout California attended an energy storage summit in Sacramento today that explored new... read»
ACWA’s and the California Energy Storage Alliance’s Energy Storage Summit is approaching March 30 and registration for the... read»
The California Air Resources Board on Jan. 20 released a proposed plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 40% below 1990 levels by 2030... read»
The California Department of Water Resources announced today that its largest renewable energy project, the Solverde 1 Solar Facility in... read»
ACWA unveiled a new logo and tagline today that better reflects its position as a statewide leader in water policy. The tagline –... read»

Policy Principles

The use of water requires energy. Energy is used by consumers and in the treatment and delivery of water. Residential use of water, alone... read more»

Latest Regulatory Updates

ACWA's Board of Directors adopted policy principles in July 2015 on energy and water resources in California. read more»
ARB letter clarifying its intent in using the term “loading order” in the Climate Change Scoping Plan Update read more»
Materials from the February Energy Committee meeting. read more»
ACWA provides these comments in response to the Administrative Law Judge’s Ruling Regarding Program Guidance For The 2013-2014 Energy... read more»
On May 26, the Energy Division of the California Public Utilities held a public workshop to present the draft results for two of three... read more»

Other articles

Energy Committee materials from December 2013 are attached below. read more»
See the links below for the February agenda packet. read more»
Carbon allowances, offsets and auctions are a new reality in California with the implementation of AB 32. Can this become a new funding... read more»
Carbon allowances, offsets and auctions are a new reality in California with the implementation of AB 32. Can this become a new funding... read more»