Unpacking the New Infrastructure Law and Implications for Environmental Markets in 2022
Environmental Business International’s webinar on January 21st features an analysis of the infrastructure law passed in November 2021 and its implications for the environmental and climate change industries.
Federal markets will get a boost, but it is likely that state and local markets will benefit even more, although the timing may be less predictable.
Key areas expected to see major surges in demand, most with funding already in place or fully authorized:
Transportation: roads, rail, ports
Water: supply, treatment, storage, and resilience
Electric vehicle infrastructure
Renewable energy generation; Energy storage; Grid management
PFAS and remediation
Environmental Business Journal® will summarize the latest consensus perspective on how programs will roll out in 2022, and where the funding will flow, and convene a panel of business development executives focused on these markets.
Matt Chiller – Vice President, Federal Government Relations – Jacobs
Jason Hill – Public Lands Practice Leader – Hunton Andrews Kurth
Brian Boose – Senior Vice President – AECOM
David A. Goldwater – Vice President, Public Policy – Stantec
Geetha Eva Shan – PE Associate Vice President Market Sector Leader Power & Utilities – Arcadis