AMWA hosting water/energy webinar on May 8

May 1, 2014

WASHINGTON — The webinar is the first in a series of three on the topic.

WASHINGTON — The Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies (AMWA) is hosting the first in a series of three webinars focusing on energy-water nexus issues on May 8, according to a press release.

The webinars are being hosted by AMWA, WaterISAC and the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions, noted the release.

Scheduled for Thursday, May 8 at 2 p.m. ET, reported the release, the webinar is entitled "An Overview of Water/Energy Issues from National and Federal Perspectives."

Dr. Craig Zamuda from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) will present key findings from DOE’s upcoming water/energy nexus report highlighting challenges and opportunities that provide a foundation for future energy-water technology and modeling research, development and deployment efforts, continued the release.

According to the release, Dr. Kristen Averyt, associate director for science for the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences and director of the Western Water Assessment at the University of Colorado, will present her research regarding water-energy challenges that exist currently and are on the horizon.

Registration is required, available here.

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