BWP Holds First Meeting to Plan Burbank’s Energy Future
Burbank Water and Power is preparing for the future of energy by embarking on the development of a 20-year long-term plan, called – the Integrated Resources Plan
Op/Ed: With all the rain, why are my water rates going up?
"...we are 100 percent dependent on water that we purchase from the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California"
Op/Ed: A BWP customer asks: With inflation so high, how is this going to...
An expert explains: Utility inflation is actually higher than the national average, but BWP continues to find ways to balance reliability, affordability, and sustainability
Op/Ed: BWP Customers Ask, Why are Water and Electric Rates Increasing? An Expert Explains
As a not-for-profit utility, Burbank Water and Power (BWP) is balancing increased costs while maintaining affordability, and assistance in managing your bill
Op/Ed: An expert explains: What does all the recent rain mean for Burbank?
"One of the facts that surprises people when I talk about our water supply is that Burbank has no water rights."
Burbank City Council Approves $120M Bond for BWP Infrastructure, Sustainability, and Disaster Resilience
As your community-owned utility, Burbank Water and Power (BWP) manages the utility in alignment with community priorities while balancing regulatory and compliance mandates
Burbank Water and Power Brings First Utility-Scale Battery Storage to Burbank
A 75 kW iron flow battery will be installed and connected to a 265 kW solar array on the BWP EcoCampus in December of 2023
Burbank Moves to One-Day Per Week Outdoor Watering Schedule Starting November 1
During the colder months of November through March, outdoor irrigation will be allowed on Saturdays only
Burbank Water and Power Asking Public to Help Conserve Electricity
Monday is also last day to deeply water trees and plants after 6 pm as the City's cutback of watering goes into effect for the next two weeks
Burbank Water and Power Urging Residents to Try and Conserve Power Over Labor Day...
Conserving energy between 4 PM to 9 PM helps prevent electrical equipment from overheating and keeps the power flowing