Population growth and industrial development continues to drive
competition for scarce water resources around the world. Now more than
ever, multi-national corporations are facing up to water as a real
business risk that requires effective management and policies.
AT Cleantech Group Focus Los Angeles you will join the leading
global corporations, innovative start-ups and active investors to
discuss corporate water policies, current best practices in water
management, relevant policy and regulation, and the technology solutions
available now and on the horizon.
Come to Los Angeles and learn about:
Best practices in accurate water footprinting: Invited speakers from Intel and GE will be speaking about how they have benchmarked and ultimately reduced their water products’ water footprint.
Enabling reuse technologies for water conservation: Invited water utilities like MWD of Southern California talk about technology needs for water reuse and invited engineering firms like CH2MHill discuss water innovation sourcing methods and role in the water value chain.
Innovation and opportunities at the intersection of IT and Water: IBM will talk about their ICT-based solutions for advanced water management while innovators like Israel-based TaKaDu discuss their real-time leak detection software for water utilities and California-based HydroPoint Data Systems discuss their smart irrigation solution (profiled in the Cleantech Group’s Smart Irrigation Brief).
Financing opportunities and challenges for water innovation: Leading water investors including XPV Capital, Vantage Point Venture Partners, SAIL Venture Partners and CMEA Capital discuss the role and challenges of venture capital in supporting water innovation.
Water regulatory drivers and ‘future proofing’ compliance: Invited speakers from the EPA will
discuss emerging regulation, its impact on industry, and winning
technologies to ensure and future proof industrial and municipal water
Visitors profile utilities, clean tech vendors, service providers, investors, design engineers, and corporations