On December 19th, 2018 at 3:00 pm ET, NASEO hosted a webinar featuring three states highlighted in its upcoming report on the energy-water nexus in water conveyance, treatment, and irrigation infrastructure. The states featured in this paper have enacted promising ideas and policies concerning the nexus. They showcase a range of options State Energy Officials have for addressing energy and water interactions in water infrastructure. NASEO’s upcoming report, Beneath the Surface: Opportunities and Strategies to Improve the Energy Performance of State Water Conveyance, Treatment, and Irrigation Systems, will delve deeper into this topic.
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1. Welcome and Introductions
Sam Cramer, Senior Program Manager, NASEO
2. Colorado: Increasing Electricity Generation from Water Transportation and Delivery Infrastructure
Presentation - Michael Turner, Director, Commercial and Industrial Energy Services, Colorado Energy Office
3. Missouri: Increasing the Use of Supply- and Demand-Side Efficiency Measures for Water Infrastructure
Presentation - Martin Hyman, Planner III, Division of Energy, Missouri Department of Economic Development
4. Wisconsin: Focusing on Energy Through Power Generation at Wastewater Treatment Plants
Presentation - Megan Levy, Local Energy Programs Manager, Wisconsin Office of Energy Innovation
5. Question and Answer Session
All state participants