Utilities are confronting challenges from all corners - financial concerns, the pandemic, workforce change, cybersecurity risks, natural disasters, and climate change, among others. The Water Utility Resilience Forum will advance the thinking on how utilities can be resilient and sustainable now and for the next one hundred years.
Featuring insights from water sector leaders and subject-matter experts, the Forum will be a rich dialogue on what utilities are doing today to be resilient and what a resilient future will look like.
From multiple panel discussions, spotlight talks, interviews and case studies, attendees will return home with fresh approaches, strategies and solutions to make their utilities more resilient. Attendees will discover new tools, learn about innovations, and make connections to help them build on their achievements or to put them on the road to resilience.
The forum will also feature breakout sessions, receptions, and breaks where you can speak directly with peers and develop your own set of contacts to call upon in the future.
The Water Utility Resilience Forum is being convened by the Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies (AMWA) and the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) in partnership with the Water Research Foundation (WRF) and WaterISAC.
Don’t miss this long-awaited opportunity to gather in-person to exchange perspectives with fellow utility leaders from across the country.
Check out the program and then register and secure your hotel room for the Water Utility Resilience Forum today!