August 8, 2013

The Energy and Water Nexus Summit 2

Thursday, September 12

9:00 am - 4:00pm

The Bay Theater, Aquarium of the Bay

Pier 39, San Francisco

An all-day workshop delving into the issues around water and energy policy, supply, pricing, development and innovation in the Bay Area and how they impact the economy and movement of goods.

The Summit will feature expert panels on topics such as: 


The California Water Bond

Energy and Water Needs and California Agriculture

Energy and Water Development and Innovation

If more California coastal cities could design cost-effective desalinization, more water would be available for Central Valley agriculture and communities.

Confirmed participants include:

Felicia Marcus, Chair, California State Water Resources Control Board

Mark Cowin, Director, California Department of Water Resources

Harlan Kelly, General Manager, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission

Tim Quinn, Executive Director, Association of California Water Agencies

Mario SantoyoExecutive Director, California Latino Water Coalition
Ron Davis,, Executive Director, CalDesal

Dr. Val Frenkel, Director of Membrane Technologies, ARCADIS

Dr. Ned Spang, Program Manager, UC Davis Center for Water-Energy Efficiency

Dan Walters, Columnist, The Sacramento Bee

Dr. Peter Gleick, President, The Pacific Institute

Ben Horenstein, Director of Wastewater, EBMUD

Stan Williams, Vice President of Project Development, Poseidon Water

Katherine E. Wagner, Partner, Downey Brand
Grant Davis, General Manager, Sonoma County Water Agency
For registration and more information, call:  (510) 768-8310

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