RTCC SMART Series: Water as a Tool for Industrial Economic Development

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Name: RTCC SMART Series: Water as a Tool for Industrial Economic Development
Date: August 15, 2017
Time: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM EDT
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Event Description:
What role does water play in economic development? Turns out, water and water infrastructure can be the deciding factors in where companies decide to locate. Is our infrastructure in the Triangle region prepared for the influx of residents and companies predicted over the next twenty years? As agbio, data centers and IT, and advanced manufacturing companies grow in the Triangle, what role does water security play in their ability to grow and create jobs?

Hear from some of our local utility providers as they outline the growth patterns they’ve experienced and the technologies they’re utilizing to keep up with growth while maintaining premium service and keeping costs to a minimum. 

Cleantech promises to play a large role in the future of the water industry, as municipalities and utilities look for innovative ways to collect new forms of data and reduce water consumption. This panel will cover the intersections of economic development, regulated vs unregulated water utilities, and the implementation of cleantech within this sector. 

Panel participants:
  • Chris Johnson, Director of Economic Development, Johnston County
  • Edwin Newell, Delta Products
  • Tammy Zucco, Itron
  • Vicki Westbrook, City of Durham Water Management
  • Mike Myers, Envirolink
Meeting Room B
12 Davis Drive
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
Date/Time Information:
8:00 - Registration and Networking
8:15 - Welcome
8:20 - Overview of Water & Economic Development
8:35 - Water Panel 
9:40 - Closing Remarks
9:45 - Adjourn
Contact Information:
Matt Abele
$35 - Regular Admission
$25 - RTCC Members
Free - RTCC Board of Directors and Leadership Members 
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By registering for this event, you are indicating that you will pay the required fees. If you are unable to attend, notification of cancellation  is required at least five (5) business days prior to the event in order to receive a refund. If you do not attend the event, and have not provided notice of cancellation according to this policy, you will still be responsible for payment. 
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