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Denver Marriott City Center 1701 California Street Denver , Colorado 80202
Tel: (303) 297-1300
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Infocast's Colorado Water Summit

Overview

State Government Leaders and Key Decision Makers From Utilities, Municipalities and Industry Gather to Discuss:

 

  • The Colorado Water Plan and How It Will Address the Impending Water Shortage
  • Regional and Local Plans, Programs and Initiatives to Achieve Greater Water Efficiency
  • Businesses’ Diverse Needs, Strategies and Response to the Water Crisis
  • Funding and Private Investment Opportunities to Develop Needed Water Infrastructure
  • The role of Advanced Water Efficiency Technologies


Keynote Speakers Include:

  • John Stulp, Special Policy Advisor to the Governor for Water, STATE OF COLORADO
  • Senator Gail Schwartz, Senate District 5, COLORADO STATE SENATE
  • James Eklund, Director, COLORADO WATER CONSERVATION BOARD
  • Ron Carleton, Deputy Commissioner, COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


Come and be a part of the solution to Colorado’s water crisis. Water supplies are shrinking, even as demand for water from municipalities, agriculture, industrial, recreation and oil & gas sectors continues to grow rapidly. Shifting patterns of precipitation indicate Colorado is going to be experiencing less rainfall and more constricting supplies going forward. Colorado seems to be walking down much the same path as Texas.

Texas has not only implemented a water plan, but also allocated billions in public money to building up the water infrastructure, and projects are already underway to handle this problem. Colorado has begun taking the preliminary steps to prepare for this issue by ordering the creation of the Colorado Water Plan, the first round of which will come to fruition in December 2014.

It is clear Colorado will need to invest billions, some estimate as much as $7 billion, to improve water efficiency throughout many different industries, applications and technologies. For those who want to understand the new world of water from a user standpoint and the potential for funding and private sector investment need to come up to speed with the developments in the Colorado water infrastructure in order to position themselves appropriately as the developments become more concrete and clear.

That’s why Infocast has developed the unprecedented Colorado Water Summit in Denver CO, March 3-4, 2014 to bring together state & local government, water users, investors & financiers, technology companies, and other key stakeholders to strategize on the needs, requirements, initiatives, funding sources, technology options critical to solving the future of Colorado’s water infrastructure. If this issue touches on you, you would be well advised to attend this meeting and come up to speed on the absolute latest developments of this critical and important shift.

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