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Welcome to the Pacific Utility Audit Advisor!
Each quarter you'll receive utility cost savings news and updates in this newsletter. You're receiving this because our information indicates you may have an interest in utility auditing services. Feel free to email us with any questions or comments or call us at (800) 576-1010.

IN THIS ISSUE
SUB-METERING AND L.A.D.W.P.:  WHAT YOU DON'T KNOW COULD COST YOU
TRENDS IN UTILITY SAVINGS
articleOne ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATIONS IN ASSOCIATIONS:   Who Pays the Electric Bill?
 
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Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in Associations:  Who Pays the Electric Bill?   With nearly 100,000 plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) in California alone, which is 40 percent of the national PEV market, more and more associations are or will be receiving requests from homeowners for charging stations on the property.   So why should community associations pay ...

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Ever hear of spending the same dollar twice?

How would you like to go back in time, get holds of money your business or association already spent and spend it again this year?  Best of all - your business or association does not have to commit any of your operating budget to get this money!

 

In the past, residents were not responsible for utility costs. The typical resident would only be responsible for paying rent and could use an unlimited amount of utilities. This caught the attention of regulators, environmentalists and property owners and has resulted in a dramatic increase in sub-metering and allocation practices throughout the United States.

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In 1990, 30 states in the US reported 'water-stress' conditions. In 2000, the number of states reporting water-stress rose to 40. In 2009, the number rose to 45. There is a worsening trend in water supply nationwide. Taking measures at home to conserve water not only saves you money, it also is of benefit to the greater community.

Saving water at home does not require any significant cost outlay...

 

 

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