Planning around Uncertainty: Considerations in Forecasting Water Demand

These are uncertain times. Making water management decisions for the future is difficult even under normal circumstances and is made harder when there is so much uncertainty in predicting demand. When deciding on meaningful demand management strategies, you can no longer simply rely on past demand—things are changing too fast. New state regulations, emerging technology, consumer conservation behaviors, dwindling revenue, economic stress, and, of course, public health during an ongoing pandemic are all driving demand and management approaches. You need strategies to better understand these uncertainties, tools and methods for forecasting demand, and options for management.

Join Persephene St. Charles, Andree Johnson, Warren Greco, and Chris Hewes for an hour-long recorded webinar on demand forecasting. The session will cover the information and approach we use to develop reliable demand forecasts and how they can be used to make better management decisions.

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