Lone Tree , CO 80124-5345 Location map
Marriott Denver South at Park Meadows
Infocast's 2nd Colorado Water Summit
$19 Billion Worth of Projects Needed to Address Colorado's Water Needs
Join public sector officials, private investors, water project developers, agriculture and commercial end users as they discuss current projects and solutions including:
- Regional and local plans, programs and initiatives to invest in new water infrastructure and to improve aging water systems, including updates on the Colorado Water Plan
- Private investment perspectives on project type, Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) and other investment opportunities
- Recreation, agriculture, and commercial industries’ latest efforts to reduce, reuse, and extend water supply
- Latest insights and lessons learned from successful water projects, including how to maximize project fundability from leading developers
- 3 exciting case studies: City of Ouray, City of Las Vegas, and The Nature Conservancy
The Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) has estimated that $19 billion worth of potential water projects will be needed to address future municipal and industrial water shortcomings. While there is currently $600 million in State funding available to help Colorado meet ongoing drought conditions, Governor Hickenlooper has issued an Executive Order ordering the completion of the Colorado Water Plan (CWP) by December 2015. Planned infusions of funding via the impending CWP will create a multitude of project opportunities and redefine the way Colorado state and local governments use and invest in solutions to address the water crisis as well as fund new efficient water transportation and infrastructure projects.
In the immediate term, there remains a shortfall in funding needed to meet Colorado’s existing water needs. In this climate, stakeholders from both the public and private sectors need to find alternative solutions to meet their current water needs. How can they reduce, reuse, and extend their water supply to meet existing needs in the short term? What are the programs and initiatives, regional and local plans currently available to invest in improvements to Colorado’s aging infrastructure systems and to build much needed new water infrastructure? What are the opportunities and project types currently being invested in? Only stakeholders intimately aware of the latest insights and lessons learned from successfully funded water projects, and how to maximize project fundability, will succeed in this climate.
Infocast’s 2nd Colorado Water Summit, March 3-5, 2015 in Denver, CO will give attendees the opportunity to meet key investors, financiers, municipalities, water users, technology companies, and other stakeholders in Colorado water as they discuss: Colorado’s water needs, regulations, existing project funding and development opportunities essential to developing critically-needed Colorado water infrastructure. Don’t miss your chance to take part in Colorado’s water revolution!
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