Addressing the state's water challenges by improving water efficiency through diverse community connections, innovative solutions and valuable member resources
Developing rate structures that successfully balance revenue management, resource efficiency and fiscal sustainability is becoming more challenging than ever in a world of scarce supply, volatile weather and declining demand. Join us to learn from experts about the newest resources and strategies that can help Colorado water managers to navigate these challenges, including:
Participants can also receive in-depth training on the new Alliance for Water Efficiency Sales Forecasting and Rate Model, an innovative, free and user-friendly tool that can help managers explicitly model rate structures and effects on revenue and water use. This model addresses the shortcomings of many models – which assume that future sales are known and do not respond to factors such as weather, price and the economy – and helps answer questions such as:
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to apply the latest tools to your rate setting and resource management challenges.
Who Should Attend?
Water Utility Directors, Water Resource Managers, Water Conservation Managers, Other Relevant Utility Staff, CFO’s, Finance Directors, Rate Analysts, Sustainability Directors, City Managers, Consultants, Advocates, City Council, County Leaders, Board Members
February 28, 2017
Glenwood Springs, CO
9 am – 3 pm
March 2, 2017
Red Rocks Community College - Lakewood, CO
Email Kevin Reidy of CWCB with questions at email@example.com
Colorado WaterWise firstname.lastname@example.org
PO Box 101012
Denver, CO 80250