Last week, AWE kicked off our latest research study, “Evaluating Changes in Peak Demand and How That May Affect the Choice, Design, Management, and Evaluation of Demand Management Strategies,” in partnership with the Water Research Foundation and six participating utilities
As we celebrate Black History Month, Valentine's Day, and Social Justice Day this February, let us channel the spirit of love and justice toward creating a sustainable and equitable water future. AWE recognizes that water affordability is a social justice issue, which disproportionately affects marginalized communities. We are committed to helping our members advance heir water conservation and efficiency efforts through an equity lens.
Today the Alliance for Water Efficiency (AWE) released the 2022 U.S. State Policy Scorecard for Water Efficiency and Sustainability (Scorecard), which ranked each U.S. state based on its adoption of laws and policies that advance water efficiency, conservation, sustainability, and affordability.
AWE is excited to announce Kelly Connolly Palmer as the new Director of Communications and Membership. She will oversee the organization’s strategic communications efforts and direct the membership programming.
The Alliance for Water Efficiency (AWE) seeks a dynamic individual to serve in the newly created position of Director of Communications & Policy. The Director will work closely with the President and CEO to manage AWE’s communication and digital strategies as well as AWE’s policy and advocacy agenda.