Water Districts, Sewer Treatment Facilities, and Municipal Governments enjoy a special privilege to deliver services solely for the benefit of their ratepayers and citizens. Doing this job well increasingly depends on becoming energy self-reliant and administering programs for conservation. California municipalities can leverage the legal right to create or join an existing Community Choice Aggregation.
Solana Energy leverages its experience in the creation and continuing administration of the Borrego Water Exchange to demonstrate how conservation can and should be used as a vehicle for economic transfers. The Exchange was the first agency in the State of California to operate an independent marketplace for water credits.