The Year in Water 2020 with Cathy Bailey, Al Cho, and Debra Coy

15 Dec 2020  |  Episode #182  |  with Cathy Bailey, Al Cho, and Debra Coy

An all-star panel of water experts discusses what happened with water in 2020 and provides a glimpse into what they expect 2021 will look like. Cathy Bailey, Executive Director of the Greater Cincinnati Department of Waterworks, Al Cho, Vice President and General Manager at Xylem, and Debra Coy, Executive in Residence at XPV Water Partners, collaborate to provide you with their insights into the water industry.

In this session, you’ll learn about: 

  • The panel’s insights into how COVID really impacted the water sector
  • How lessons from the last recession played into how utilities dealt with COVID and the financial dip early on in 2020
  • How the pandemic affected water equity
  • Thoughts on regionalism, collaboration, and consolidation
  • A look at what the water landscape might look like under the Biden Administration, including regulations and potential for water investments
  • And of course, in keeping with tradition, find out what movies our panelists are going to watch this holiday season!

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