Optimize. Digitalize. Modernize. — Experts weigh in on infrastructure opportunities

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An influx of infrastructure funding has the potential to create jobs, help the nation rebuild from crisis, and ensure it remains competitive on a global scale. Such a high level of investment with bipartisan support is rare, if not unprecedented. But beyond Washington D.C., what does this funding mean for your business and industry?

Aamir Paul, U.S. Country President at Schneider Electric, speaks with experts about the infrastructure opportunities that may arise for organizations across the U.S, including energy, power, manufacturing, construction, transportation, water systems, and more.

  1. Learn why infrastructure investment is a priority today.
  2. Explore the role of digitalization and electrification in building stronger, resilient, future-ready infrastructure.
  3. Understand next steps, including how to work with state and local officials Speakers:
  4. o David Terry is Executive Director at the National Association of State Energy Officials, a nonprofit organization committed to improving the quality of state energy programs and policies through policy input and sharing best practices. o Chris Brown, Chief, Office of Energy and Sustainability, Montgomery County Government.

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