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The Water-Energy Nexus: Water Rights, Due Diligence, Availability Analysis, and Transfers – How They Affect Your Business (EGYN62U)

Presented by: Tamar J. Cerafici
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60 minutes
Event Description

The Interconnection Between Water and Energy and its Impact on Your Business

Here’s a fun fact: More than four times the water consumed by all United States residents is used to produce the electricity we use. This is the “energy-water nexus” and it can have profound effects on your business.

The production of energy and water use are so interconnected that the availability of water governs the availability of energy. Drought in the American West and extreme weather patterns in the east all affect the ability to use water for cooling, hydropower, and even resource extraction (like fracking and mining). Policy decisions about water availability and water quality can have wide-ranging effects on the energy infrastructure. National and state water law affects how we buy property, develop it, and create energy.

In this informative session, expert speaker Tamar Cerafici explains the energy-water nexus, and highlights current policy efforts, including EPA’s position on fracking and water quality, the DOE’s efforts to link water and energy policy, and solutions that help businesses navigate the murky waters ahead.

This program is useful for any professional who needs to understand and work within the rapidly changing energy marketplace. As energy infrastructure transitions to low-carbon and renewable sources, understanding the Energy-Water nexus will enhance your practice, your strategies, and your business future.

Session Highlights

  • Know new state and federal policies that affect energy production and regulatory compliance
  • Build strategic elements for your water and energy practice
  • Understand the effect of policy shifts on your business
  • Know opportunities for new business, expanded growth, and innovation from these policy changes
  • What is the energy-water nexus, and what does it have to do with a smartphone?
  • Learn how climate change is affecting precipitation and temperature
  • The effect of population growth and migration to more arid parts of the United States
  • New technological developments for the production of energy and their effect on water use and quality
  • The shift in water and energy demands resulting from population shifts and technology development
  • New developments in policies addressing water rights, water law, and energy production

Who Should Attend

  • Energy production & utility industry representatives
  • Attorneys representing the energy industry
  • Representatives at waste water recycling services
  • Engineers
  • Real Estate lawyers and developers
About Our Speaker(s)

Tamar J. Cerafici | Environmental Laws SpeakerTamar J. Cerafici
Since the early 1990s, Tamar Cerafici has been helping the regulated community understand how complex environmental laws affect their bottom line. She’s worked with government agencies, small businesses and utilities, bridging the often wide gap between the way regulation is enforced and how – with creative plannin... More info

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    Event Title: The Water-Energy Nexus: Water Rights, Due Diligence, Availability Analysis, and Transfers – How They Affect Your Business
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