WAYS TO SAVE
LADWP wants to partner with our customers to meet these challenges by reducing water and power use. And with recent rate changes that encourage conservation, now is the time to take action. Here are some important tips can help you save.
Ways To Save Electricity
Ways To Save Water
Save the Drop LA: California is still in a drought. Continue to Save the Drop, LA! LADWP’s rebates can make it easier to conserve.Programs and Rebates
Save Water & Money: Reduce outdoor water use by replacing your lawn with California Friendly landscaping. Get $1.75 per sq. ft. Check out ourTurf Replacement Program
With critical drought conditions persisting in Los Angeles and Southern California, LADWP continues to urge customers to use water wisely. LADWP is working to meet aggressive conservation targets established by Mayor Eric Garcetti to reduce water usage.
We’ve made major progress in
Key energy and water
On April 15, 2016, the water and power rate adjustments for 2016 to 2020 were implemented. The new rates will accelerate the replacement of aging water and power infrastructure, protect our water supply against drought conditions, transform energy supply to meet mandates, and improve customer service.
Learn more about how we are investing in water and power infrastructure.
PUTTING OUR CUSTOMERS FIRST
LADWP is putting customers first through:
We ensure you have reliable water and power and water service by replacing aging infrastructure in a steady, cost-efficient and customer-focused way.
REGULATORY MANDATES & SUPPLY TRANSITION
We are transforming our power supply to meet mandates and to create a clean energy future for our customers. We are transforming our water supply by expanding local water supplies, reducing reliance on expensive imported purchased water, and meeting regulatory mandates for drinking water quality and Owens Lake dust control.
IMPROVING THE CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE
We are putting customers first by improving customer service in every interaction, increasing resources to improve the customer experience, and engaging in open, frequent and direct communications with our customers.
COMPETITIVE RATES & ACCOUNTABILITY
We keep water and power rates low compared to other local utilities through cost efficient measures wherever possible, and by using benchmarking and key performance metrics to guide our actions and aid our customers in holding us accountable.
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