SJW Group to Present at the Bank of America 2021 Water Conference
Chairman and CEO Eric Thornburg to present on Dec. 6 at 10:30 a.m. ET
SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–SJW Group (NYSE: SJW), the second-largest investor-owned pure-play water and wastewater utility in the United States, based on estimated rate base, has been invited to present at the Bank of America Water Conference on Dec. 6, 2021.
Eric W. Thornburg, chair, president and CEO of SJW Group, is scheduled at 10:30 a.m. ET to discuss SJW Group’s long-term growth strategy, investment opportunities, industry consolidation and other matters.
The presentation will be available to view in real time, and replays will be available the next day via a link at SJW Group’s website, www.sjwgroup.com. The link will be available until March 6, 2022.
About SJW Group
SJW Group is the second-largest investor-owned pure-play water and wastewater utility in the United States, based on estimated rate base, providing life-sustaining and high-quality water service to nearly 1.5 million people through a culture of service to customers, communities and employees, while being a positive force for good in the communities we serve and good stewards of the environment. SJW Group’s locally led and operated water utilities — San Jose Water Company in California, The Connecticut Water Company in Connecticut, The Maine Water Company in Maine and SJWTX, Inc. (dba Canyon Lake Water Service Company) in Texas — possess the financial strength, operational expertise and technological innovation to safeguard the environment, deliver outstanding service to customers and provide opportunities to employees. SJW Group remains focused on investing in its operations, remaining actively engaged in its local communities and delivering continued sustainable value to its shareholders. For more information about SJW Group, please visit www.sjwgroup.com.
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