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Utility Infrastructure Needs with Bluefield Research President Reese Tisdale [PODCAST]
 Utility Infrastructure Needs with Bluefield Research President Reese Tisdale [PODCAST]

Knowledge is power, and this week, Reese Tisdale brings some serious knowledge about water infrastructure needs culled from the work of his firm, Bluefield Research. Reese takes us on a journey from Bluefield’s origins to how it researches and develops water market intelligence. He further provides tremendous insight into how various factors affect the water industry. You’ll truly enjoy Reese’s thoughts and opinions on the water market.

In this session, you’ll learn about:

  • Reese’s background
  • How Reese’s experience in the Peace Corps shaped his views on water infrastructure
  • How Reese came up with the idea to start Bluefield Research
  • How Reese undertakes market research
  • Bluefield Research’s projected CapEx in the U.S. water utility sector over the next 10 years
  • How Consent Decrees affect the projected CapEx
  • How CapEx differs among regions of the U.S.
  • Differences between municipal and private water market participants
  • SmartWater investments
  • Drivers for CapEx spending

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