Friends of the Water-Energy Nexus Registry

Friends of the Water-Energy Nexus Registry

Friends of the Water-Energy Nexus Registry provide invaluable support by communicating to stakeholders the importance of tracking and reducing carbon emissions connected to the water-energy nexus in California. These organizations are all leaders in climate action and environmental stewardship and provide unique, valuable services to stakeholders in California.
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The California Municipal Utilities Association is the leading voice for a diverse coalition of California’s publicly owned utilities.
ACWA is a non-profit statewide association of public water agencies whose 430+ members are responsible for about 90% of the water deliveries in California.
The California Water Efficiency Partnership maximizes urban water efficiency and conservation throughout California.
The Energy Coalition has over 45 years experience transforming energy use, generating capital for communities, and inspiring responsible energy actions.
The ANSI National Accreditation Board (ANAB) is a non-governmental organization that provides accreditation services and training to public- and private-sector organizations, serving the global marketplace.
The California Data Collaborative is a network of water professionals collaborating to create tools and applied research supporting planning and analysis.
The USC Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy is committed to advancing post-partisanship, where leaders put people over political parties and work together to find the best ideas and solutions to benefit the people they serve.
The UC Davis Center for Water-Energy Efficiency advances water management solutions for the integrated savings of water and energy resources.
WaterNow Alliance is a forum for local water leaders who want to champion sustainable, affordable and climate resilient water strategies.
Southern California Water Coalition is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to informing and educating Southern Californians about our water needs and our state’s water resources.
California Institute for Water Resources develops researched-based solutions to resource challenges by facilitating collaborative research and outreach on water issues across California’s academic institutions and with international, federal, state, regional, nonprofit, and campus communities.