Tag Archives: Water-Energy Nexus
Water and energy, rain and drought….
At this time (2018-2019), the region has experienced extremely high rainfall, with reservoirs filled to the brim. But just last year, we were concerned about the lack of rain, how much water we can save, and in that context, how … Continue reading
Posted in Energy, Greenhouse Gas, Water Tagged California, Climate Action Plans, climate planning, Demand, Electricity, Energy, GHGs, Greenhouse Gas, methodology, Water-Energy Nexus 5 Comments
The Water-Energy Nexus in California
The water-energy nexus has been in the news since the California Energy Commission’s landmark finding in 2005, that water related energy uses account for about 19% of all electricity use and 30% of non-power plant natural gas use in the … Continue reading
Posted in Energy, Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy Tagged Distribution, Energy Intensity, kWh/MG, Nexus, Supply and Conveyance, Treatment, Wastewater, Water, Water-Energy Nexus 1 Comment