With Low Water Levels, CPA Urges Customers to Save


With Southern California already facing years of low rainfall, forecasts are predicting a summer that will be fraught with record-breaking temperatures and above-average potential for significant wildfires. The persistent drought is another effect of hotter and drier weather caused by climate change, while low reservoir levels reduces capacity to generate carbon-free hydropower.

To save water – and help keep our electricity supplies robust – follow some tips – here