​[Archive] ​Private Sector Investment Opportunities in U.S. Public Infrastructure – Post COVID

​[Archive] ​Private Sector Investment Opportunities in U.S. Public Infrastructure – Post COVID

 
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GDP growth depends on infrastructure.  Yet, the U.S. has under invested in our essential public infrastructure for decades – the quality of our infrastructure is rated “D” and the estimated under funding exceeds $150 billion annually.  In the US, local governments shoulder the majority of the burden and infrastructure investment has been crowded out by other spending priorities.  The COVID crisis has compounded the problem but will also create a tremendous investment opportunity for the private sector.  Infrastructure investment will be a key component of our economic recovery, managing climate risks and achieving economic equality.  Governments can’t solve the problem alone and are under increasing budget distress.  More private sector capital, resources and innovations will be required to rebuild green and resilient infrastructure that supports future GDP growth in a  post COVID world whether it is in broadband (roads of the future), water quality, autonomous vehicles, renewable energy, social infrastructure, smart infrastructure, and more.  Three industry veterans with years of experience in both the public and private infrastructure sectors will discuss the challenges and opportunities for infrastructure investment in the US.

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Recording Available until Thursday, December 31st, 2020

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  • When

  • Wednesday, August 5, 2020 - Thursday, December 31, 2020
    11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    Eastern Time

  • Where

  • Virtual
    USA

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