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Utility Week 26th October 2018

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Community Wheatley Broad Road, Bacton, Suffolk IP14 4HN Tel: 01449 781001 www.wheatleysolutions.co.uk www.wheatleyinsights.co.uk Leading specialists in our field, Wheatley have been intrinsic to UK utilities metering for 25 years. Wheatley ensure solutions reflect and anticipate market needs, meaning we play a business-critical role for our customers and are integral to the UK's smart meter roll out. Our solutions include: Market Messaging – Wheatley's proprietary solution is both flexible and robust. It manages Meter Operator (MOP) and Meter Asset Maintainer (MAM) operations for UK electricity, gas and dual-fuel supply. Asset Management – An industry specific tool proven to offer robust control of metering assets. This solution incorporates all industry and operational requirements needed to deliver efficient and accurate asset management and portfolio optimisation and return, with options to receive industry flows and other bilateral exchanges. Water Retail Market –Assisting the needs of a competitive market Wheatley offer a supply point identification and asset location app as well as relationship management solution for the UK's water Wholesalers and Retailers. Our applications have a range of hosting options and are designed to quickly scale to changing customer requirements. To find out more please visit our website or get in touch. 30 | 26TH OCTOBER - 1ST NOVEMBER 2018 | UTILITY WEEK The best Asset Tracking system is now available for MAPs. 91 Wimpole St, Marylebone, London W1G 0EF Tel: 0203 538 0911 MATS4MAP from Cloud KB is the latest addition to the MATS suite of software. It gives Meter Asset Providers the asset information they need to run a successful business. MATS4MAP lets you: • Track each Asset through its lifetime • Reduce time spent manually verifying incoming reports • Generate outgoing regulatory industry flows • Generate accurate billing data for invoices • Generate banking reports • Free up time for business development MATS is an industry leading software suite for MOAs and MAPs to manage data flows, inventory, assets and smart meter commissioning. Cloud KB combines energy sector experience with the innovations of cloud computing to offer a truly unique way to meet the changing demands of energy market participants. For more information visit cloudkb.co.uk or call us on 0203 538 0911. Policy Forum for Wales Keynote Seminar Priorities for energy policy: the future for major projects, renewables and community energy 4 December 2018, Cardiff This seminar will bring together policymakers with key stakeholders to discuss priorities for energy policy in Wales – including major energy projects and supporting the growth of the renewable energy sector. The agenda includes a keynote addresses from Lesley Griffiths AM, Cabinet Secretary for Energy, Planning and Rural Affairs, Welsh Government and Tonia Antoniazzi MP, Member, House of Commons Welsh Affairs Select Committee. It will be an opportunity to consider the implications for future major energy projects in Wales in light of the UK Government's decision to not support the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon project and the announcement of the Wylfa power plant deal. Delegates will also examine the current policy framework for renewable energy and consider strategies that will be required to meet the Welsh Government's target of sourcing 70 per cent of Wales' energy requirements from renewable energy sources by 2030. For further information, and to book online, go to: www.policyforumforwales.co.uk/book/energy-in-Wales-18 Westminster Energy, Environment & Transport Forum Keynote Seminar: The future for UK ports 31 January 2019, London This seminar will be a timely opportunity to discuss priorities for the port sector as the UK prepares to leave the EU – examining issues for policy, technology and infrastructure, and the future of trade and competition. There will be keynote contributions from Roger Hargreaves, Director, Maritime, Department for Transport; Nick Francis, Senior Study Adviser, National Infrastructure Commission; Charlie Elphicke MP, Member, House of Commons Treasury Select Committee; and Alan Brown MP. For further information, and to book online, go to: www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk/book/UK-ports-19 DON'T MISS Health & Safety Conference 1 November 2018, Birmingham The only dedicated event for health, safety and wellbeing leaders from the water, gas and electricity sectors. Attend this CPD-certified conference to: • Effectively promote a culture of safety and achieve board level buy-in • Hear case studies about how innovation is making work environments safer • Tighten up your 'fitness for work' programme • Get involved in the debate for underground utility strike avoidance • Develop your strategy for recognising and highlighting mental health issues on the frontline • Ensure health and safety is effectively managed throughout your supply chain For further information, visit: event.utilityweek.co.uk/hs/ Westminster Energy, Environment & Transport Forum Keynote Seminar – Priorities for climate change in the UK: the National Adaptation Programme and next steps 15 November 2018, London With Baroness Brown of Cambridge, Chair, Adaptation Sub-Committee, Committee on Climate Change; Dr Fiona Harrison, Deputy Director, Climate & Forestry, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs; Liz Parkes, Deputy Director, Climate Change and Business Services, Environment Agency; and Patrick Begg, National Trust; Lisa Constable, Network Rail; Robert Fell, British Metals Recycling Association; Dr Alison Holt, Natural Capital Solutions; Councillor David Ritchie, Waveney District Council; Guy Smith, National Farmers' Union; and Steven Wade, Atkins. Chaired by: Baroness Kate Parminter, House of Lords. For further information, and to book online, go to: www. westminsterforumprojects.co.uk/book/climate-change-adaptation-18/

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