Tag Archives: Water Management
Well-defined and achievable water stewardship goals can help utilities respond to water-related risks across their fleets systematically. This report investigates the business case for setting water goals, describes specific types of goals and associated performance targets, and provides guidance on how to establish and implement water goals and communicate progress to interested stakeholders.
Numerous water “footprinting” tools are available to help organizations inventory their water withdrawal and consumption and conduct risk assessments. This study reviewed these tools to determine their suitability for the electric power industry.
What is a Water Footprint? Introducing the Concept within the Larger Context of Water Risk Analysis and Management
This report introduces the concept of water footprint—a measure of water consumed to make a product—and how it relates to water risk analysis and management. It also examines the business case for water risk analysis and management in the electric power sector.