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The Looming Nexus of Water, Energy and Telecommunications

Washington, DC–ASPA is pleased to announce that Black & Veatch is making available, for a limited time, the recording of their supersession, “The Looming Nexus of Water, Energy and Telecommunications,” given during ASPA’s recent National Conference in Las Vegas. Both conference and non-conference attendees will have a special opportunity to view one of the most dynamic sessions in recent conference history.

This panel of senior executives from global engineering, consulting and construction provider Black & Veatch introduced critical human infrastructure concepts on the convergence of water, energy and telecommunications; highlighting the challenges and opportunities facing today’s and tomorrow’s public administrators.

Presenters included:
Dean Oskvig, President and CEO, Black & Veatch’s global energy business
Martin Travers, President, Black & Veatch’s telecommunications division
Cindy Wallis-Lage, President, Black & Veatch’s global water business

To view the recording, click here.

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One Response to The Looming Nexus of Water, Energy and Telecommunications

  1. dennis baker Reply

    November 29, 2012 at 11:16 pm

    In my opinion

    We need to replace the fossil fuel power plants, the primary source of GHG. Now!

    At a scale required to accomplish this task :

    Ethanol starves people : not a viable option.

    Fracking releases methane : not a viable option.

    Cellulose Bio Fuel Uses Food Land : not a viable option

    Solar uses food land : Not a viable option

    Wind is Intermittent : Not a viable option

    All Human and Agricultural Organic Waste can be converted to hydrogen, through exposure intense radiation!

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/social/DennisearlBaker/2012-a-breakthrough-for-r_b_1263543_135881292.html

    The Radioactive Materials exist now, and the Organic waste is renewable daily.

    Ending the practice of dumping sewage into our water sources.

    Air, Water, Food and Energy issues, receive significant positive impacts .

    Reducing illness / health care costs as well !

    Dennis Baker
    106 998 Creston Avenue
    Penticton BC V2A1P9
    cell phone 250-462-3796
    Phone / Fax 778-476-2633

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