Webinar: Designing Water Rate Structures for Conservation & Revenue Stability

Wednesday, March 19, 2014
3:00-4:00pm EDT
Host Organization: 
Environmental Finance Center, Sierra Club Lone Star Chapter
Chapel Hill,
United States

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This webinar discusses the findings and recommendations of a recent report that explores the relationship between water pricing, water use, and revenue stability in the State of Texas. The webinar addresses how utilities can strike a balance between conservation and revenue stability and introduce rate structures, billing options, and financial practices that will help utilities advance water conservation objectives without undercutting needed revenue stability. Water utilities and their stakeholders will find it useful in evaluating how water rates compare within the state and identifying additional steps that can be taken to promote conservation and ensure revenue stability.

Presenters:

  • Mary Tiger, Chief Operating Officer, Environmental Finance Center at UNC Chapel Hill
  • Jeff Hughes, Director, Environmental Finance Center at UNC Chapel Hill
  • Jennifer Walker, Water Resources Coordinator, Sierra Club Lone Star Chapter, Texas Living Waters Project

 

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Wednesday, March 19, 2014