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Utility Week 10 07 15

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electricity25 A comprehensive overview of the 25 years since privatisation In this special report, Utility Week marks the 25th anniversary of the fl otations that created today's energy market. Against the backdrop of the competition inquiry and widespread calls for the market's reform, the timing of this report could not be more pertinent, as this exclusive book provides a clear understanding of the decisions that shaped today's energy landscape. electricty25 contains exclusive fi nancial analysis of the sector's performance over 25 years, asking to what extent the privatisation has delivered value for customers, shareholders, and the country as a whole. electricity25 includes • Exclusive fi nancial analysis by market analyst Nigel Hawkins • Exclusive interviews and comment from market leaders electricity25 privatisation 1990-2015 Buy your copy today: utilityweek.co.uk/Home/electricity25 UWelec25-advert-130x180.indd 1 02/07/2015 11:47 Organised by The Water Industry Energy & Carbon Management Conference is the only event to specifi cally address the challenges of reducing energy usage and carbon emissions and increasing renewable energy investment and innovation in the uk water sector. Taking place on Day 2 of Sustainable Water 2015, this event brings together senior representatives from water companies, contractors, consultants and other key stakeholders in the water sector to examine innovative approaches to: • Maximising energy e• ciency and recovery opportunities in AMP6 • Investment in e• cient infrastructure to deliver cost-e ective and sustainable projects • The CRC Energy E• ciency scheme and how the water sector has fared so far • Gaining operational e ectiveness through meeting mandatory audits and going beyond compliance • Multiple demand-side programmes and their cost/operational benefi ts and challenges • Creating self-su• cient treatment works through energy recovery and onsite renewables Supported by Maxine Mayhew Commercial Director Northumbrian Water Matthew Pluke Energy Manager Anglian Water Chris Toop General Manager - Energy Scottish Water Dr. Bruce Horton Senior Consultant UKWIR Dan Green Head of Sustainability and Innovation Wessex Water Mike Denbigh Technical Lead and Government Liaison CRC E† ciency Scheme - Environment Agency Follow us @WWTlive using #suswater Book online at www.WWT-energy.net

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