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UTILITY Week 7th October 2016

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UTILITY WEEK | 7TH - 13 OCTOBER 2016 | 29 Operations & Assets "Very interesting, would like to attend again next year." Associate director, Impact Research "Extremely informative and enjoyable." Manager, Anglian Water "Informative, relevant and thought-provoking content." Senior banker, Crédit Agricole "Excellent opportunity to discuss the hot topics in the power and utility sector with senior industry people." Director, EY "Informative offering some real insight into the challenges that CEOs and directors face." Business strategy director, McNicholas Construction "The quality of debate and the ideas exchanged between speakers and delegates is always impressive." Head of utilities, BT Global Services "Good variety of speakers and sessions." Policy manager, CCWater Sponsored by: • An update from BEIS on EMR and priorities for implementing market change • Challenges and opportunities of delivering water sector reform from Defra • Infrastructure investment priorities for the UK and what they mean for utilities • The CMA's priorities for market competition • How the chief executives/managing direc- tors of UK Power Networks, Pennon Group & SSE are responding to market reform • An update from MOSL on retail market opening • An update from Smart Energy GB on the smart meter rollout progress • Why we need to refocus the way we think about innovation from the Energy Systems Catapult • The future of retail energy market regulation from Ofgem • Regulatory priorities to meet the legitimacy challenge from Ofwat • How the chief executive of British Gas is adapting to a disruptive environment • How the chief executive of Wessex Water would like to see markets and regulation transformed • How National Grid is creating customer value in a rapidly changing energy sector • How to implement CMA remedies Supported by: Energy UK, ENA, Future Water Association, Institute of Water, ADE, Network, Wet News Headlines from Utility Week Congress 2015 1. ENW urges regulator to allow rollout of viable innovation projects. 2. Don't underestimate consumer interest, says Good Energy. 3. Eon slams CMA profit analysis, saying earnings are "fair". 4. DSR is not without unintended consequences, warns SP Energy Networks. 5. SIM scores can take priority over customer services, warns NI Water. Registration info To view more details and to register for Utility Week Congress 2016, visit: www.uw-congress.net Alternatively, contact Nicola Gillman on 01342 332045 or email nicola.gillman@fav-house.com Utility Week Awards 2016 Entries for the Utility Week Awards 2016 are now closed. The shortlist will be revealed on 8 October 2016 and winners will be announced at a glamorous evening awards ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel on 12 December. The awards recognise excellence across the industry and reward organisa- tions that have achieved outstanding performance in the last year. To win or to be shortlisted shows that you have reached the very highest standards, as judged by our panel of leading independent experts. For more information, visit: www.utilityweekawards.co.uk/ Day 1 18 OCTOBER New Markets, New Horizons Day 2 19 OCTOBER From Utilities to Service Providers Delegate testimonials from the 2015 Congress

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