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WWT April 19

Water & Wastewater Treatment Magazine

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P R E S E N T S 16 | APRIL 2019 | WWT | www.wwtonline.co.uk How will regula on need to change to facilitate the major changes taking place in the world of u li es? In the run up to U lity Week Live on May 21-22, we present our third report on transi on in the sector. Nadine Buddoo analyses the results of our exclusive survey. REGULATION AND TRANSITION hi ing poli cal narra ves, new technologies and the evolving role of consumers con nue to shape the way u li es view the state of transi on across their sectors. For u li es, drawing successful outcomes from this period of change and uncertainty is largely dependent on the regulatory frameworks that impact their business. While successful regula on encourages innova on and the prolifera on of new technologies, poorly placed regula on can hamper innova on and benefi t no one. According to the U lity Week Live (UWL) survey, commissioned as part of the introduc on to this year's show and conducted by Insight Advantage, just 6.4 per cent of u li es

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