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Help us save watts and drops by taking our new survey

Posted by Weston Berg on September 26, 2017
Help us save watts and drops by taking our new survey

(Read the original blog post on the ACEEE web site here.)

Energy and water resource management have long been recognized as interdependent, but policymakers have rarely addressed the interaction of these two resources in any formal way. The energy-water nexus has increasingly attracted the attention of researchers and practitioners. Their goal is to better understand how water is used to produce energy and generate electricity; how energy is used to move, heat, and treat water; and how policies can successfully address the technical challenges of efficiently managing these resources together.

Since 2005 ACEEE has been engaging leaders in the energy-water field to raise awareness of the energy intensity of water and wastewater services and the research opportunities for strengthening coordination between energy and water programs. Past research has demonstrated that closer coordination has the potential to unlock new levels of energy savings through saving water, and vice versa. This fall, ACEEE is examining new and existing efforts by utilities and program administrators to implement programs that address water and energy together. We are requesting your participation in a brief survey to learn more about current water-energy utility programs in your area...

To take the survey, visit: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/3821323/Water-and-Energy-Data-Survey

To continue reading the blog post, visit: http://aceee.org/blog/2017/09/help-us-save-watts-and-drops-taking

About ACEEE: The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy acts as a catalyst to advance energy efficiency policies, programs, technologies, investments, and behaviors. For information about ACEEE and its programs, publications, and conferences, visit aceee.org

Media Contact: Patrick Kiker
pkiker@aceee.org, (202) 507-4043

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