Water Resiliency for the Ag Economy with AQUAOSO’s Chris Peacock

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Chris Peacock, founder and CEO of AQUAOSO Technologies, discusses building a water resilient future for the ag economy. In Chris’ second stint on The Water Values Podcast, he discusses a wide range of water risk assessment in the ag sector from banks to investors to growers and from the diversity of crops grown and water intensity of the crops. Chris does a great job making sense of this fragmented marketplace.

Plus, Reese Tisdale returns for a Bluefield on Tap segment where he discusses M&A activity in the irrigation market and what the impacts are in the ag sector, as well as the commercial and industrial property management sector.

In this session, you’ll learn about:

  • Why Chris decided to start AQUAOSO Technologies
  • The current state of water risk assessment in the ag sector
  • What risk factors AQUAOSO uses to derive property-specific water risk assessments
  • Chris’ take on the highly fragmented world of water data
  • How lenders and investors use water risk analysis in their ag lending and investing decisions
  • How lenders and investors are trying to use water risk assessment to project future water risk
  • Where Chris thinks we are on the technology adoption curve in the water risk tech space

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5 thoughts on “Water Resiliency for the Ag Economy with AQUAOSO’s Chris Peacock

  1. Michelle Rushton

    Thank you Dave for facilitating such an interesting interview with Chris Peacock. I’m in the UK and consult on water and wastewater treatment and reuse isues. It’s fascinating to hear how advances in data management and commercial water scarcity issues are driving action both at home and in business. Certainly well worth a listen… thanks.

    1. Dave McGimpsey Post author

      Thanks, Michelle! As usual, Chris does a great job of breaking down the situation and explaining the component pieces. His tech background certainly helps in marrying up big data with the water business side. Appreciate you listening! Dave

  2. Michelle Rushton

    Hi Dave. I hope you don’t mind but I’ve referred your website to a few friends who are also active in the UK and European water and wastewater treatment markets. Keep up the good work… Michelle.

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