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Sustainability

Climate change is one of the most pressing issues of our time. Water and power utilities have a responsibility to protect and foster the sustainability of our natural resources. LADWP embraces this responsibility as we foster environmental sustainability while providing reliable, affordable electricity, and water.

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Developing a Local Water Supply

“Securing L.A.’s Water Supply", to increase local water resources and ensure a reliable, sustainable water supply for Los Angeles.

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Developing a Local Water Supply

“Securing L.A.’s Water Supply", to increase local water resources and ensure a reliable, sustainable water supply for Los Angeles.

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Water by the numbers

10,000 +

Gallons of Water Saved

3 Days

Water 3 days a week

50,000

Acre Feet Per Year

$100 million

10% of Water System’s annual budget

Water by the numbers

10,000 +

Gallons of Water Saved

3 Days

Water 3 days a week

50,000

Acre Feet Per Year

$100 million

10% of Water System’s annual budget

Commitment to Sustainability

LADWP has taken pride in its ability to provide reliable water and power supplies to the City of Los Angeles.

Commitment to Sustainability

Greening the Grid

LADWP is moving forward with a comprehensive plan to green the grid through a steady process of increasing its use of renewable energy and reducing fossil fuel-based resources.

Greening the Grid

Developing a Local Water Supply

With its semi-arid climate and little native water resources, the City of Los Angeles relies upon importing water from hundreds of miles away. Recent regulatory restrictions on importing water from the Delta, coupled with environmental restoration in the Eastern Sierra, have triggered the need to develop more locally sustainable resources.

Developing a Local Water Supply

Greening our Economy

Through its investments in renewable energy, energy efficiency, smart grid and other clean technologies, the LADWP expects to serve as a catalyst for economic growth in green jobs and industries.

Greening our Economy