Water & Wastewater Treatment

WWT May 2019

Water & Wastewater Treatment Magazine

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P R E S E N T S 20 | MAY 2019 | WWT | www.wwtonline.co.uk How will the uptake of EVs and the prolifera on of home services impact on u li es and what other new services are in the pipeline as energy and water fi rms look to diversify and capitalise on the changing landscape? In our fourth report in the build-up to U lity Week Live on May 21-22, Nadine Buddoo looks at the changing business model. BUSINESS MODEL TRANSITION ith compe on increasing and the market share of the Big Six slipping, energy fi rms are being forced to respond to an increasingly challenging market. The emergence of new technologies, evolving customer demand and the need to drive fi nancial performance has wide-ranging implica ons for energy and water companies alike. U li es are increasingly compelled to examine their business models and determine how they will prepare for future challenges amid present uncertain es. In a recent survey conducted by Insight Advantage for U lity Week Live (UWL), compe ve pressures and changing consumers habits are likely to have the biggest impact on the

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