Utility Week's Build Back Better Forum
Utility Week's Build Back Better Forum unites utilities, regulators, government, industry bodies, investors and the supply chain to find the balance between delivering resilience and affordability in a post-COVID world while working towards a Net Zero target.
Only here can you:
- Gain strategic insight from 20+ utility industry chief executives
- Have your say on the role of utilities in delivering the green economy
- Hear first-hand how utilities are redefining resilience within their businesses
- Explore how utilities can collaborate with stakeholders to deliver a green economy
Expert speakers include:
- Peter Simpson, CEO, Anglian Water
- Susan Davy, CEO, Pennon Group
- Liz Barber, CEO, Kelda Group and Yorkshire Water
- Andy Mitchell CBE, CEO, Tideway
- Colin Skellett, CEO, Wessex Water
- David Hinton, Managing Director, South East Water
- Ian Cain, CEO, SES Water
- Rachel Fletcher, CEO, Ofwat
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- British Water surveys supply chain on Covid-19 impact British Water is calling on the water and wastewater supply chain to take part in a survey assessing the impact of... Read More >
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