Happy Earth Day!
As part of its $2 Trillion infrastructure bill, the Biden Administration has proposed the largest-ever water budget: $111 Billion.
Is this enough? Tonight I'll be reviewing this research note from the amazing Pavel Molchanov over at Raymond James.
I can't share it in its entirety due to copyright limitations, but I will be showing you some key snippets.
As part of the Biden administration's $2 trillion infrastructure plan, water is allocated $111 billion, which, if enacted, would be the largest-ever federal commitment vis-a-vis [concerning] water.
Big deal, right?
So, is this enough?
Tune in tonight for the answer, as I will give you some more information to think with, and form some conclusions.
And, I will show you how the solution is something we can and are doing something about*. Not just us, but eventually (it's our plan) the whole water industry.
So... Join me at 5pm Pacific, 8pm Eastern
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Yours in water,
President & CEO
OriginClear, Inc. (OCLN)
* There is no assurance that Water On Demand™, a business model planned for the development of pre-funded water projects, will be capitalized or successfully launched.