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Can California Finally Deliver on Proposed Water Infrastructure Projects? 

On 11 August 2022, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced a new Water Supply Strategy, Adapting to a Hotter, Drier Future. The plan includes ramping up delivery of water reuse projects, stormwater capture and storage, and conservation measures to address climate-related concerns influencing water supplies.

Public Policy in the Water Sector with Mae Stevens 

Mae Stevens, Chair of the Water Practice at Banner Public Affairs, delivers a terrific interview discussing some of the ins and outs of Capitol Hill, unpacking the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs A...

How Will the Inflation Reduction Act Reshape Water Market Opportunities? 

The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) represents the biggest move by the federal government to address climate change. Not only does it support an energy transition that has been in the making for decades...

All Water is Local: Western U.S. Cities Proactively Approaching Climate Mitigation While Tackling Drought 

You would have to be under a rock not to know that the Western United States is undergoing a period of historic drought. In fact, approximately 55% of the West is currently experiencing severe, extrem...

Inflation Reduction Act to Alter Industrial Water Demands 

On 6 August 2022, the United States Senate cleared a major legislative hurdle with its passage of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (IRA). The US$750 billion bill is expected to proceed with likely House of Representatives and Presidential approvals in the coming weeks, thereby setting in motion the largest ever allocation of federal incentives toward climate change.
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Eloise Burnham 

Eloise Burnham is a Research Associate currently focused on supporting Bluefield’s Global Digital and Industrial Water research activities.  Prior to Bluefield Research, she worked at the Illinois...

Europe Recovery Funds Flow to Water Industry 

From February 2021 through May 2022, the European Commission approved Member State payment requests as part of its Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF) with a budget of €385.8 billion in loans and €338.0 billion in grants. These funds provide investments and reforms to manage the lasting economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

Sciens Water’s Mid-Market Water Investment Strategy with Alexander Loucopoulos 

Alexander Loucopoulos, a partner with Sciens Water, provides an overview of Sciens Water’s well-thought out market and investment strategy. Alexander also makes the case that water is a great invest...