City of Camarillo
City of Roseville
U.S. Coast Guard Petaluma TRACEN Facility
ESG worked as a sub-contractor to Abraxis Energy Consulting and provided assistance with the US Coast Guard Petaluma Energy project. ESG was responsible for conducting the water use portion of the project. It reported potential water savings and made recommendations for retrofitting water fixtures and adopting water conservation practices throughout the facility. The report also included a return on investment analysis.
Santa Cruz Baseline Study
ESG worked with the Santa Cruz Water Department to provide an estimated inventory of existing water-using fixtures, devices, and features within residential and commercial properties in their service area. ESG hired Western Policy Research to assist with the statistical analysis on randomly sampled facilities based on sector types. The purpose of the study was to provide a baseline count of low-water using fixtures and statistical analysis to determine the current saturation level.
MWDOC Water Smart Hotel Program Evaluation
ESG worked with the Municipal Water District of Orange County to provide an impact evaluation for the Water Smart Hotel Program. The evaluation was used to determine the participation rate and success of the program. ESG hired Western Policy Research to assist with the evaluation.
City of Blythe
The City of Blythe hired ESG to conduct a cost-effectiveness analysis of its ability to comply with California Urban Water Conservation Council's Best Management Practices for the reporting year 2009-2010. ESG conducted the analysis, briefed the City of its findings and prepared the report which was submitted by the City to the Council.
City of Palo Alto Utilities
ESG worked with the City of Palo Alto Utility on their Home Energy and Water Audit Pilot Program. ESG was responsible for conducting home energy and water audits in which all major appliances are evaluated for inefficiencies as well as an evaluation of landscape irrigation equipment, lighting, air leaks, and insulation. ESG provided explanations of utility usage to customers as well as recommendations on where water and energy can be saved.


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