Smart H2O Summit Postponed

The inaugural Smart H2O Summit, scheduled for Aug. 17-19 in San Francisco, has been postponed.
The conference released the following statement on the website:

?Smart H2O Summit, scheduled for August 17-19, has been postponed. We are currently reviewing new dates for 2016.?Although there is clearly solid industry interest and support for an event focused on the municipal water segment, especially among innovative suppliers, associations and the trade media, the current August dates appear not be ideal for many utility decision makers to attend. We greatly appreciate your interest and we will keep you updated on our progress. ?It is our hope that we will be working together in the future.?

The Smart H2O Summit had planned to feature leading experts from utilities and municipalities who are championing the technology revolution and the suppliers developing the innovative systems and solutions over a three-day conference. The goal was to focus on water and sewer infrastructure, long-term water supply and reuse, desalination, financing for capital improvements, the impact of big data, and public understanding of water resources, systems and services.

?It is very difficult for municipalities to keep up with constantly changing technologies and it?s even more challenging to create an innovative culture that is ready to embrace new trends and get projects financed,? said John Pearson, Conference Program Co-chair.??We created Smart H2O Summit to provide utilities and other municipal water stewards with a unique environment to explore the opportunities and limits of new technologies of all kinds.??

For updates, visit http://www.smarth2osummit.com/.

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