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Join us for a morning listening to some of the leading experts in Georgia and networking with your Infrastructure & Sustainability colleagues as we host our 3rd annual Infrastructure review and outlook with a focus on how we are building a more sustainable state.

The U.S. government will spend more than $500 billion on climate technology and clean energy over the next decade under three significant infrastructure laws passed since 2021 (Inflation Reduction Act, CHIPS Act, and the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act). Together they form an unprecedented US industrial policy with a focus on strategic industries and a set of tools designed to accelerate production up and down the supply chain. Their programs have the potential to be transformational for Georgia in the areas of infrastructure, energy, decarbonization, and sustainability to provide large opportunities for Georgia organizations and companies of all sizes.

This is our 3rd annual Infrastructure outlook event and this year’s focus is to both assess the current state and progress to date and look forward to the many opportunities and risks ahead.

Meet our Speakers

Cynthia Curry
Metro Atlanta Chamber
Opening Remarks
Matthew Britt
Global GM Smart Cities, Honeywell
Dr. Marilyn Brown
Professor of Sustainability Systems, Georgia Institute of Technology
Jeff Grubb
Director Resource Policy & Planning, Georgia Power
Katherine Zitsch
Deputy Chief Operating Officer, Atlanta Regional Commission
Jonathan Siskin
GA Cleantech Innovation Hub
Closing Remarks


Thank you to our Event Sponsor


Thank you to our Society Annual Sponsor


Event pre-registration will close December 6th at 12pm. After this time, we will offer on-site registration.

Please note that if you belong to a member organization but have not yet connected to your company’s membership, you will need to complete the membership opt-in form before the member rate is available to you.

Per CDC recommendations, people with symptoms, a positive test, or exposure to someone with COVID-19 should stay home. Masks are optional. 

December 7, 2023

7:30 am - 9:30 am