Capitalize on New & Emerging Sources of Water Project Funding in Texas!
Texas will need over $50 billion worth of water and wastewater infrastructure projects over the next 15 years to address municipal and industrial water inadequacies—but with only $27 billion available through the Economic Stabilization Fund, the state of Texas is set to fund only roughly half of the total water infrastructure projects needed by the State.
The Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) will help private stakeholders organize and participate in public/private partnerships (P3s) in Texas, by entering into agreements with public entities to develop and operate qualifying water infrastructure projects. Also, private investment opportunities are kicking into gear on a number of fronts.
Infocast’s 5th Lone Star Water Summit, taking place October 25-27, 2016 in Austin, TX, will bring together municipalities, developers, investors, financiers, regulators, water technology companies, utilities and other stakeholders in Texas water. This is a unique opportunity to meet and strategize and assess public and private funding opportunities, Texas’ water and development needs, and regulations essential to developing critically-needed water infrastructure in Texas.
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