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Episode #188 — 16 March 2021 Water & the Power Sector with Patrick Regan

with Patrick Regan

Patrick Regan provides a broad and deep discussion of water’s place in the power industry. This interview was recorded prior to the Texas disaster, but Patrick’s insights provide a glimpse into the role water played in Texas’ recent power issues. Take this opportunity to listen in on this important but oftentimes hidden aspect of water in our lives.

In this session, you’ll learn about:

  • Patrick’s 20 years of experience in the water industry and power sectors
  • Patrick’s broad perspective on water’s role in the power sector
  • Patrick’s thoughts on where the power sector is going
  • The impact of the power sector’s direction on water
  • How the power sector cleans up its process water
  • Hydrogen power and its ties to and impact on water
  • How the drinking water industry can benefit from the technology used in the power sector
  • The importance of cross-sector collaboration in the water industry

Resources and links mentioned in or relevant to this session include:

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