Coalition’s 2012 Workshop Series:
The Energy-Water Nexus Summit
Strategic Infrastructure to Promote Economic Growth And Movement of Goods
When: Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Where: East Bay Municipal Utility District,
375 11th Street, Oakland, CA
Panelists will discuss and debate the important and complex issues surrounding the economic impacts of the supply and pricing of water and energy.
- Do Energy and Water pricing and supply impact the opportunity to expand business development, the production of commodities, economic growth, jobs, and the ability to move goods into and out of our airports, highways, ports and rail lines?
- Can we achieve economic growth with effectively less supply of Energy and Water, or do we need to increase supply- if so, how and where?
- How do we achieve the delicate balance of economic prosperity and environmental protections, while working to increase the amount of trade that benefits our region, state and nation?
Among the noted speakers and panelists:
Cindy Truelove– Director, Water-Energy Research Initiative, Water in the West, Stanford University
“Integrated Resource Efficiency across Water and Energy: Recent Policy Gains on the Road to Regulatory Innovation”
or call us at (415) 397-2293