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Episode #16 — 21 December 2020 Water for Power: The Remaking of the Electricity Landscape and its Impact on Water

with Cullen Mitchell

Reese Tisdale and Bluefield Analyst Cullen Mitchell discuss the impacts of a changing energy landscape and its impact on water management. Over the last decade, the advent of shale oil & gas exploration, renewables, and battery power have upended traditional system structures and the opportunities for water services and solutions providers. Now, the emerging interest in electric vehicles, hydrogen-powered fleets, and power generation is a reality. Underlying this change is a set of policies and concerns about climate change. Cullen shares some insights from his recent research and brainstorms with Reese about how the world of water could change going forward.



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