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EPIC researches and analyzes water-related energy use and water-related GHG emissions. As water is scarce in California, and most water must still be imported into the southern California regions, these studies help build knowledge and capacity to enhance the understanding of how energy, climate and water regulations and policies interact. EPIC cooperates with state agencies in their development of protocols and methods for this relatively new area of research. 

Below are a few of our recent projects related to water-energy. To search all EPIC resources and projects click here.

  • Water and energy, rain and drought…(April 2019)
  • Energy-for-Water Nexus in Cities in San Diego County (October 2018)