Upcoming Webinars

Tuesday, June 25, 2024
2:00 pm Eastern, 1:00 pm Central, 12:00 PM Mountain, 11:00 am Pacific
Join AWE & US EPA WaterSense for the next installment in our Outdoor Water Use webinar series!
Topics: Communication and Education | Water Conservation Programs, Planning, & Evaluation

Past Webinars

Join us on May 1st for an engaging roundtable on water affordability.
Join Us for a Webinar Promoting the WRF RFP for Residential End Uses of Water
Join AWE and Flume Data Labs on April 20, 2023, at 11:00 am CST for a webinar focused on indoor and outdoor residential water use patterns.
AWE is working to launch three new research projects in 2023. Please join us to learn how you can get involved. The projects cover large landscape irrigation management and transformation, peak demand trends and management, and AMI use cases.
The five-year update to AWE's Water Efficiency and Conservation State Scorecard has been released!
Learn about AWE’s recently completed Cooling Technology Project and Resources that can be used by utilities to operate cooling tower water efficiency programs.
AWE's Director of Programs, Liesel Hans, walks through the water loss module of AWE's Water Conservation Tracking Tool.
Stacked incentives are customer incentive programs that are co-funded by two or more separate entities to motivate voluntary action on public or private property. Join AWE for a webinar about two of our members’ stacked incentive programs.
Exploring AWE's report evaluating water affordability in Long Beach, CA and the extent to which water efficiency and conservation can help families, particularly disadvantaged families.
In the wake of the recent Version 4 Tracking Tool release, AWE will be hosting a webinar to walk members through its updated user interface and new features.
Learn about the history of the G480 Standard, the updates made in 2020, and AWE's verification process for recognizing our members on the G480 Leaderboard.
As much of the American West braces for a dry summer, AWE and CalWEP will present a webinar on preparing for and responding to drought.
Join AWE, the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, and Maureen Erbeznik & Associates to learn more about AWE’s Cooling Technology Study.
Central Arkansas Water (CAW) hired a unique employee last year to bolster the utility’s distribution system leak detection capabilities. What makes this employee unique? She’s a black Labrador mix named Vessel.