Amanda Brock, CEO of Water Standard, contributed insight to the discussions of the water energy nexus at the Border Energy Forum (BEF) in San Diego, CA, Oct 14-16, 2015. This unique forum brings together elected officials, top-level executives and energy innovators to facilitate cross-border business.

In an era of increasing water scarcity, the energy industry’s focus must shift to cost, access to supply, reuse, and disposal. As economic growth and water are inextricably linked, it’s crucial to better understand and define the industry’s local impact.

Ms. Brock moderated a panel as a featured expert and joined Texas Land Commissioner, George P. Bush, Mexican Secretary of Economy, Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal, Former President of Mexico, Vicente Fox, Canadian Ambassador to the US, Gary Doer, and many others to work together to increase regional development of clean energy projects, promote cross-border energy trade, and advance technologies and innovative solutions for sustainable resource management.

Ms. Brock also interviewed George P. Bush to dig deeper into energy issues. Click the image below to see the full interview.

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Lisa Henthorne, Senior VP and Chief Technology Officer of Water Standard and member of International Desalination Association, is featured on NBC News’ 30 Seconds to Know segment. She educates the public on how desalination works. See Lisa HERE.


Water and Wastewater International talks with Water Standard CTO Lisa Henthorne at Singapore International Water Week 2010 on innovation, the environment, the future of desalination, and upcoming industry events

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With desalination continuing to grow around the world, the International Desalination Association (IDA) produced “Desalination for a Better World”, a video featuring Water Standard’s Chief Technology Officer and Past IDA President, Lisa Henthorne.