Water & Wastewater Treatment

WWT March 2019

Water & Wastewater Treatment Magazine

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P R E S E N T S 16 | MARCH 2019 | WWT | www.wwtonline.co.uk Ai? Robo cs? Data analy cs? Which technologies are the most important in facilita ng change in energy and water businesses? In the run up to U lity Week Live on May 21-22, we present our second report on transi on in the sector. Nadine Badoo analyses the results of our exclusive survey. TECHNOLOGY FOR CHANGE t is impossible to approach the transi on to more resilient and sustainable u lity systems without exploring the technologies and innova ons that are already facilita ng change across businesses. U li es risk falling behind compe tors if the scope of their business plans do not include provision for disrup ve new technologies that are likely to have a long-term impact on energy and water. According to the U lity Week Live (UWL) survey, conducted by Insight Advantage to explore the state of transi on across UK u li es, the current impact of new technologies understandably varies greatly depending on sector. One of the biggest technological developments to impact

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