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NSF Energy-Water Nexus Workshop
National Science Foundation Headquarters, Arlington, Virginia
Mon, 06/10/2013 - Tue, 06/11/2013
To see a summary of the workshop and outcomes click here
You can access the workshop presentations here
The objective of the Workshop on the Energy Water Nexus is to explore the most critical challenges, needs and opportunities associated with the relationship of energy and water. In particular, the workshop will examine cross-sector dependencies that introduce vulnerabilities to critical infrastructure and critical resources research that can support cross-cutting solutions that improve the relationship for both sectors simultaneously. The workshop will be organized by Mike Hightower (Sandia National Laboratories), Dr. Danny Reible (UT Austin), and Dr. Michael E. Webber (UT Austin).
- Water for the Power Sector: managing water demand for the production of power
- Water for Fuels Production: managing water demand for the production of fuels
- Energy for Water: managing the energy demands of extracting, treating, and transporting water
- Managing social, behavioral, policy, and economic structures to enhance water and energy use efficiences
950 North Stafford Street, Arlington, Virginia, 22203
USA TEL: 1-703-528-6000 FAX: 1-703-812-5127
A room rate of $199 is available under the name of the NSF Energy Water Nexus Workshop. This rate is available until May 13th or until the block is filled. The group code for the room block is "EWN".