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CATALYZING COLLABORATION

Is the future of the North American water industry going to be based on the established relationships between customers and suppliers, or should we move to a new model of partnerships in order to thrive?

It is a crucial question for 2016. The prolonged drought in California, the outrage surrounding the Flint lead contamination, and the bitter politics of the election cycle have thrown up new challenges to add to the longer term issues of ageing infrastructure, reduced federal financial support and expectations of better environmental stewardship. The solutions are not the same ones that the engineering firms, technology suppliers, contract operators, bankers, and contractors have been selling for years. They don’t exist yet: if they did we wouldn’t still have these problems today.

We need new solutions and these are only going to come about by catalyzing collaboration. That is the theme of this year’s American Water Summit. We need to bring the public, private and industrial water sectors closer together to form new partnerships, sharing an understanding of the objectives, developing new approaches and ultimately sharing value between all partners. 

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Big Data, Big Cities
Workshop: Empowering the Digital Utility

New technologies from smart meters to on-line water quality sensors have the potential to either transform the productivity of the water utility sector, or overwhelm it with terabytes of data.This half day workshop aims to ensure that the digital revolution empowers water utilities. To do this we must align the multitude of hardware, software and data management service providers currently battling across a series of niche markets into a coherent vision for the digital utility.

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BOOK EARLY AND SAVE

Early Bird Booking Ends on September 9th
EARLY BIRD
1,395.00 USD
When You Book By September 9th

Early Bird Delegate:  $1,395

Govt / NPO: $740

Public Water Utility Agency Delegate: $550

Speaker: $1,050

Summit + Big Data, Big Cities Workshop Pkg: $1,820

Workshop: $795

Add Workshop to Pass: $700

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STANDARD RATE
1,745.00 USD
After September 9th, Price Jumps 20%

Standard Delegate:  $1,745

Govt / NPO: $870

Public Water Utility Agency Delegate: $595

Speaker: $1,050

Summit + Big Data, Big Cities Workshop Pkg: $2,270

Workshop: $995

Add Workshop to Pass: $875

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ON-SITE REGISTRATION
2,100.00 USD
20% On Top of Standard Rate

Standard Delegate:  $2,100

Govt / NPO: $1,045

Public Water Utility Agency Delegate: $595

Speaker: $1,050

Summit + Big Data, Big Cities Workshop Pkg: $2,500

Workshop: $1,095

Add Workshop to Pass: $965

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Questions About Booking?

For questions about individual or group booking, contact Bonnie Eastland at +1 (303) 731 5618 or by email at bonnie.eastland@globalwaterintel.com

SPONSORS 2016

GALA DINNER SPONSOR

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BRONZE SPONSORS

COCKTAIL HOUR SPONSOR

ONE-2-ONE MEETINGS SPONSOR

Roundtables Sponsor

WIFI SPONSOR

SESSION SPONSOR

TECH IDOL SPONSOR

WATER COOLER MEETING ROOM SPONSOR

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In Association with the Global Water Leaders Group

The water industry is struggling to achieve its objectives. In poor countries, too many people are left without access to safe drinking water and sanitation, while in rich countries, infrastructure investment is not keeping pace with asset depreciation, and the risks associated with increased water scarcity and environmental challenges are not being managed effectively.

Other utility industries – power and telecoms, for example — have been able to leverage technology, finance and regulation to meet similar challenges and become high-performance service industries. Water has lagged behind.

The Global Water Leaders Group is about bringing together water leaders from around the world to change this paradigm.

Visit the Global Water Leaders Group website to learn more. 

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AWS 2015 IN PICTURES

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

WHAT ATTENDEES ARE SAYING

“The American Water Summit was a unique and inspiring opportunity to bring together the leaders in public and private sectors, government and policy makers.”

Adam Lovell, Water Services Association of Australia

“The conference provided great networking opportunities, and was provocative and resourceful, particularly in the discussion of alternative methods to build and finance water infrastructure.”

Tom Frederick, Rivanna Water and Sewage Authority

“Participating in the American Water Summit provided an excellent forum to share our experiences and learn from other industry experts.”

Catherine Magliocco, Tampa Electric Company

“AWS sets the standard for conferences and delivers a first-rate forum for information exchange, discussion and networking.”

Tam Doduc, State Water Resources Control Board, California

“AWS brings the full value chain together and facilitates the connections that are important to make progress in the water industry.”

Snehal Desai, Dow Water & Process Solutions

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