|Join us tomorrow for the final webinar in a series on how water management, water efficiency, and water & energy nexus concepts can be incorporated into the project planning, design, construction and operation of the built environment. This session will be interactive with opportunity for audience participation.
This solution should be considered within the Net-Zero Energy conversation!
This event will explore how energy is involved with water by looking at the energy embodied in water infrastructure, and the energy available from water and how these can be utilized to contribute to an overall energy budget. The implications of embodied and operational carbon in the built environment water cycle will be addressed.
Case studies in this final workshop include thermal extraction of water from reuse water in Manhattan.
What is net zero water and the water-energy nexus?
How much energy is embodied in water infrastructure?
How can thermal energy be recovered from reclaimed water in a building?
How can consideration of the water/energy nexus be included in project planning, design, construction, and operation?
Panelists / Presenters:
Sheng Chu - Senior Project Engineer | Natural Systems Utilities
Michael Redfearn - Senior Vice President | Homeyer Consulting Services, Inc.
Zach Gallagher - Executive Vice President | Natural Systems Utilities
Bruce Douglas, P.E. - Vice President, Business Development | Natural Systems Utilities
Meredith Elbaum - Executive Director | Built Environment Plus