It’s for good reason: when we get down to it, climate change severely impacts – and disrupts – how water moves through and around our planet. As such, our relationships to water, and the systems we’ve come to rely on, are currently in flux. When it comes to the water utilities responsible for managing water for millions of people, new tools and a holistic approach have never been more necessary.
And for those like our partner and client Denver Water, it’s a fact that’s inseparable from the job at hand.
Denver Water is a water utility company in Colorado that serves 1.5 million people. Last week, their work was highlighted for both their track record of factoring climate change since 2008 and for readily seeking and implementing new solutions that are holistic and multifaceted. From community organizing and education to their own internal mentality that climate change cannot be separated from the work of a water utility, their operations are working at the highest level. One way they’re doing so? With the best streamflow forecasting tool around: our very own HydroForecast.
Denver Water utilizes HydroForecast Short-term, our AI model that forecasts out to 10 days ahead. We’re proud that such a dedicated and impressive water utility like Denver Water is using our streamflow forecasting system to make the best possible decisions for the communities that they serve.
To read their full feature, please visit the link here. To learn more about HydroForecast Short-term download our brochure below or get in touch with our team today.