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Assessing Water Affordability$0.00
Assessing Water AffordabilityPacific Institute | August 14, 2013...Summary
A new pilot study in California shows many households, even within affluent communities, routinely spend over the affordability threshold of 2 percent of...
Beyond Water Pricing: An Overview of Water Financing Options in California$0.00
Beyond Water Pricing: An Overview of Water Financing Options in CaliforniaPacific Institute | November 21, 2013...Summary
California’s social and economic well-being is directly tied to financing for reliable, sustainable water. A new study from the Pacific Institute explores stable...
California Water Rates and the “New Normal”$0.00
California Water Rates and the “New Normal”Pacific Institute | June 9, 2013...Summary
Water service providers are facing new challenges in forecasting and preparing for future water demand, staying fiscally solvent while providing fair prices, incorporating...
Economic Efficiency of Water Use and Allocation in California: A Scoping-Level Analysis$0.00
Economic Efficiency of Water Use and Allocation in California: A Scoping-Level AnalysisDelta Vision | July 1, 2008...Summary
This report identifies key issues related to the economic efficiency of water development, allocation and use in California and discusses general policy changes...
Economic Incentives— Loans, Grants, and Water Pricing (Resource Management Strategy)$0.00
Economic Incentives— Loans, Grants, and Water Pricing (Resource Management Strategy)Department of Water Resources | July 29, 2016...Summary
Economic incentives include financial assistance, water pricing, and water market policies intended to influence water management. Economic incentives can influence the amount and...
Estimation of residential outdoor water use in Los Angeles, California
Estimation of residential outdoor water use in Los Angeles, CaliforniaLandscape and Urban Planing, Elsevier | July 1, 2014...Summary
The current study analyzes existing methods for estimating outdoor use and landscape irrigation in highly developed residential areas across Los Angeles. Outdoor use...
Managing Drought: Learning from Australia$0.00
Managing Drought: Learning from AustraliaPacific Institute, Alliance for Water Efficiency, Institute for Sustainable Futures | February 1, 2016...Summary
Overall, Australia survived the Millennium Drought, demonstrating world leading innovation and exceptional examples of water planning and management driven by crisis. Yet there...
Metering in California$0.00
Metering in CaliforniaPacific Institute | September 18, 2014...Summary
The new “Need to Know” white paper Metering in California finds water meters an essential element of effective water management, particularly during the drought....
Patterns and controlling factors of residential water use in Los Angeles, California
Patterns and controlling factors of residential water use in Los Angeles, CaliforniaInternational Water Association (IWA) Publishing | May 19, 2014...Summary
The current study evaluates residential water use patterns and driving factors across Los Angeles, California. Ten years of monthly residential water data were...
Pricing Practices in the Electricity Sector to Promote Conservation and Efficiency: Lessons for the Water Sector$0.00
Pricing Practices in the Electricity Sector to Promote Conservation and Efficiency: Lessons for the Water SectorPacific Institute | September 11, 2013...Summary
Because water utilities are dependent on the sale of water to recoup costs, reduced sales can result in deficits – and per capita...