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California Water Service Group  (CWT)
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    Sector  Utilities    Industry Water Supply
   Industry Water Supply
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Price: $43.7700 $-0.62 -1.397%
Day's High: $44.24 Week Perf: -3.97 %
Day's Low: $ 43.50 30 Day Perf: -6.95 %
Volume (M): 305 52 Wk High: $ 59.64
Volume (M$): $ 13,328 52 Wk Avg: $50.42
Open: $44.04 52 Wk Low: $43.50



 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 2,527
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 58
 Employees 1,105
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 18
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) 41
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) -44
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 380

California Water Service Group

California Water Service Group is a holding company incorporated in Delaware with six operating subsidiaries: California Water Service Company (Cal Water), New Mexico Water Service Company (New Mexico Water), Washington Water Service Company (Washington Water), Hawaii Water Service Company, Inc. (Hawaii Water), and CWS Utility Services and HWS Utility Services LLC (CWS Utility Services and HWS Utility Services LLC being referred to collectively in this annual report as Utility Services). Cal Water, New Mexico Water, Washington Water, and Hawaii Water are regulated public utilities. The regulated utility entities also provide some non-regulated services. Utility Services provides non-regulated services to private companies and municipalities. Cal Water was the original operating company and began operations in 1926.

Our business is conducted through our operating subsidiaries. The bulk of the business consists of the production, purchase, storage, treatment, testing, distribution and sale of water for domestic, industrial, public and irrigation uses, and for fire protection. We also provide non-regulated water- related services under agreements with municipalities and other private companies. The non-regulated services include full water system operation, billing and meter reading services. Non-regulated operations also include the lease of communication antenna sites, lab services, and promotion of other non- regulated services.

The state regulatory bodies governing our regulated operations are referred to as the Commissions in this annual report. Rates and operations for regulated customers are subject to the jurisdiction of the respective states regulatory commission. The Commissions require that water and wastewater rates for each regulated district be independently determined based on the cost of service. The Commissions are expected to authorize rates sufficient to recover normal operating expenses and allow the utility to earn a fair and reasonable return on invested capital.

We distribute water in accordance with accepted water utility methods. Where applicable, we hold franchises and permits in the cities and communities where we operate. The franchises and permits allow us to operate and maintain facilities in public streets and right- of-ways as necessary.

We operate the City of Hawthorne and the City of Commerce water systems under lease agreements. In accordance with the lease agreements, we receive all revenues from operating the systems and are responsible for paying the operating costs. The City of Hawthorne and the City of Commerce lease revenues are governed through their respective city councils and are considered non- regulated because they are outside of the CPUCs jurisdiction. We report revenue and expenses for the City of Hawthorne and City of Commerce leases in operating revenue and operating expenses because we are entitled to retain all customer billings and are generally responsible for all operating expenses. These leases are considered "nontariffed products and services (NTPS)" by the CPUC and require a 10% revenue sharing.

Fees for non-regulated activities are based on contracts negotiated between the parties. Under other non-regulated contract arrangements, we operate municipally owned water systems, privately owned water systems, and recycled water distribution systems, but are not responsible for all operating costs. Non-regulated revenue received from water system operations is generally determined on a fee-per-customer basis.

Non-regulated activities consist primarily of:

operating water and waste water systems, which are owned by other entities;

leasing communication antenna sites on our properties;

billing of optional third-party insurance programs to our residential customers;

operating recycled water systems;

providing meter reading and billing services;

providing lab services for water quality testing;

selling surplus property; and

other services as requested by the client.

The revenues and expenses for leased water systems are included in operating revenues and operating expenses. All other non-regulated revenues and expenses are reported below net operating income on the income statement. Due to the variety of services provided and activities being outside of our core business, the number of customers is not tracked for these non-regulated activities, except customers for the City of Hawthorne and the City of Commerce.



   Company Address: 1720 North First Street San Jose 95112 CA
   Company Phone Number: 367-8200   Stock Exchange / Ticker: NYSE CWT
   CWT is expected to report next financial results on April 25, 2024.


Customers Net Income fell by CWT's Customers Net Profit Margin fell to

-48.98 %

12.49 %

• Customers Performance • Customers Expend. • Customers Efficiency • List of Customers


   

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Published Tue, Apr 9 2024 8:15 PM UTC


As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact communities across the United States, many individuals and families are facing financial hardships as they struggle to keep up with their bills. One area that has been particularly affected is water utilities, as customers have been accumulating past-due balances due to economic challenges brought on by the crisis.
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California Water Service Group: Navigating Challenging Times with Trust and Reliability

Published Thu, Mar 28 2024 8:15 PM UTC

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California Water Service Secures Approval from CPUC for Rate Changes and Infrastructure Improvements While Earning National Recognition for Corporate Responsibility

Published Mon, Mar 11 2024 1:00 PM UTC

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Published Fri, Jan 26 2024 12:58 AM UTC



In a recent press release, California Water Service Group (CWT) proudly declared its 316th consecutive quarterly dividend and an impressive 57th consecutive annual dividend increase. However, despite this positive news, the company's stock has experienced a downturn over the past five days, resulting in a significant decline of -4.71%. This setback adds to the year...

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Published Thu, Jan 11 2024 9:15 PM UTC

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