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Navigating the SWIFT Application Process: Water Conservation Projects

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Presentation by Jonathan Kleinman, President of Aiqueous, at the 2016 SWIFT Funding Workshop in Weslaco, Texas.

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Navigating the SWIFT Application Process: Water Conservation Projects

  1. 1. SWIFT FUNDING WORKSHOP: FOCUS ON WATER CONSERVATION PROJECTS OCTOBER 20, 2016 WESLACO, TX
  2. 2. Objectives Assist small-to-mid-sized utilities in evaluating funding strategies Help you determine whether SWIFT is right for you and how to pursue SWIFT funding Provide information on how you can develop a specific water conservation or water loss control project Identify other potential sources of funding for your water conservation or water loss control projects
  3. 3. Table of Contents Introduction Designing Your Water Conservation Project Conducting a Cost-Benefit Analysis for Your Project Is My Project in the State Water Plan? “WIFT Process ǀ O er ie “WIFT Process ǀ “tep-by-Step Alternative Sources of Funding Additional Resources
  4. 4. SWIFT Process
  5. 5. Sample: Submittal of Abridged Application
  6. 6. Case Studies
  7. 7. Alternative Funding Sources STATE & FEDERAL PROGRAMS Rural Water Assistance Fund Texas Water Development Fund Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Clean Water State Revolving Fund U“DA Rural De elop e t’s Water & Waste Disposal Loan & Grant Program SELF-FINANCED OPTIONS Water co ser atio riders Municipal leases Public-private partnerships (P3s)
  8. 8. For More Information Navigating the “WIFT Application Process: Water Conservation Projects will be available at: www.texaslivingwaters.org Attendees of this workshop will also be emailed the full document.

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