Water-Energy Nexus: What’s New to Review?

Wednesday, March 31, 2021 (2pm - 3:30pm US/Eastern)
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In an increasingly interconnected world, the Water-Energy Nexus is gaining steam! Join NRRI to learn about new Water-Energy nexus projects that will drive the utility of the future. Attendees will learn about the potential for water main geothermal energy and DC Water’s wastewater anaerobic digestion program (waste to power). These projects illustrate how the interplay between water and energy can help us reduce waste, develop new revenue streams, and optimize the use of available resources.

During this webinar, attendees will gain a deeper understanding of Water/Energy nexus applications by hearing about the projects that are shaping the future of our interconnected world. The webinar will focus on:
• New technology applications,
• Potential new revenue streams, and
• The interplay between technology and regulation in water/energy nexus projects.
Moderator: Hon. Maria Bocanegra, Illinois Commerce Commission, Chair, NARUC Water Committee

Lilli Ambort, Co-author of Water Main Geothermal: Could Existing Water Pipes Replace Dirty Energy Utilities?
Chris Peot, Director, Resource Recovery, DC Water
Rich Svindland, President, California & Hawaii American Water

Registration Fees:

These fees are available through 03/31/2021
Name Price Available To
NARUC/NRRI members (including state and local governments) $0.00   International Member
Federal Member (Full)
State Member (Full)
NASUCA/Consumer Advocate $0.00   Consumer-Advocate-Users
Academia $0.00   Academia-Users
Industry and All Others $275.00   International Affiliate

Cancellation and Other Policies:

Certificates of Completion

Each webinar participant can receive a certificate of completion after the event. Please allow five (5) business days to process certificates.

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For more information please contact:

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