Water & Wastewater Treatment

WWT December 2016

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www.wwtonline.co.uk | WWT | DECEMBER 2016 | 23 CONFERENCE SESSIONS WATER THEATRE SESSIONS INCLUDE: Preparing for PR19; Innovation in water; Energy efficiency opportunities; World class water; The circular economy and resource recovery; EU and environmental legislation policy update; Market opening: working with retailers; Water resources and energy from sludge; A sustainable water industry for the future – 2020 and beyond. NETWORK THEATRE SESSIONS INCLUDE: Regulation update; The future of innovation; The storage revolution; The data driven network; The future of gas networks; The network of the future; Future heat; The connected customer and the network of the future; Innovation and cross vector thinking. CUSTOMER SOLUTIONS THEATRE SESSIONS INCLUDE: Energy retail and the post CMA landscape; The connected customer; Putting customer service at the heart of water companies; Understanding the implications of next day switching; Meeting the needs of vulnerable customers; Smart metering and business transformation; Community energy; Delivering gold standard customer service. KEYNOTE THEATRE SESSIONS INCLUDE: Decision making in the face of uncertainty and turbulence; Smart utilities and their role in smart cities; Meet the Regulators - a Q&A session with Ofgem & Ofwat; Innovation: Digital utilities and the customer interface; Sustainability and climate change resilience; Meet the Buyers - a Q&A session with major energy and water users. £791 million: The expected spend by visiting companies in 2016 with exhibitors at Utility Week Live. The show is attended by 100% of Britain's water companies, energy companies and network operators. Who's transforming utilities? As we approach Utility Week Live, the show's associated media brands Utility Week, WWT, WET News and Network will be working together to identify the top ten individuals and the top ten technologies which are transforming utilities. Who is driving business change? Who has embraced innovation? Which technologies will enable utilities to deliver essential services in the face of changing models of consumption and the demands of sustainability? The people and technologies you highlight will be showcased in Utility Week, WWT, WET News and Network over the coming months, and celebrated on stage at Utility Week Live. Who do you want to hear from most, and which technologies are changing your business for the better? Let us know by visiting: www.utilityweeklive.co.uk/whos-transforming-utilities.

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