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AWRA Hackathon Article

Chris explores his insights into hosting a water-energy nexus hackathon in the American Water Resources Association magazine. With 5 goals, listed below, he set out to change the way we engage with water from a technology perspective. Read more by downloading the entire article here:

AWRA Hackathon Article

1) Engage a variety of water industry stakeholders in a collaborative learning environment with one another. 2) Introduce individuals with a technology background to water issues and engage them in understanding the issues through competitive problem solving. 3) Provide a high level of awareness within the industry to showcase the value of innovation and collaboration. 4) Develop software/hardware that may be commercially viable to encourage entrepreneurial endeavors. 5) Have fun, learn from one another and leave with a sense of accomplishment.

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