how will the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act affect utilities

Utility University: The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act

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The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act is currently making its way through Congress. The $1 trillion plan that was passed by the United States Senate on August 10th, includes $550 billion in new federal investments in America’s infrastructure over the next five years, including money for roads, bridges, public transportation, water and sewer and broadband upgrades. The Act is intended to help communities across the U.S. grow and sustain their economies, create jobs and enhance community resilience.

Baker Tilly's Doug Baldessari and Jolena Presti presented an in-depth discussion on the bill and how it will affect utilities.

View the recording or presentation to gain insight into the following:

  • The various components of the Infrastructure Bill
  • Examples of how the dollars allocated to states can be used for utilities, sewers and power and utility systems
  • How funding can be used to enhance communities’ economic development goals

For more information or to learn how Baker Tilly specialists can help, reach out to your Baker Tilly professional or contact our team.

Doug Baldessari
Jolena Presti
Managing Director
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