WWT Water Industry Energy Conference 2018
With tighter funding, regulatory pressure to do more with less, and rising customer expectations, water companies have more incentive than ever to identify commercial opportunities in energy in PR19.
Finding innovative ways to optimise existing assets, better utilise renewable technologies and generate energy from new sources are key to cutting costs and driving efficiency, and therefore essential to a successful business strategy.
Now in its 5th year, the 2018 WWT Water Industry Energy Conference explores how the regulatory agenda is affecting energy efficiency plans and how best to capitalise on emerging trends and technologies.
This established event will analyse the business benefits of DSR, storage and biofuels, as well as behaviour change strategies and regulatory frameworks. It will prepare you for energy efficiency in PR19 and ESOS Phase 2, explore the importance of good data and showcase the opportunities in energy from waste.
Attend this CPD-certified conference to:
- Hear how the world s 3rd largest water company is using algae to generate biofuels from wastewater in Spain
- Debate whether ESOS Phase 2 is bureaucracy or an opportunity
- Find out how UK water companies are planning to achieve an energy-neutral future
- Explore how important behaviour change is in a successful energy strategy
- Learn how to capitalise on emerging trends and technologies including DSR and storage
Experts speakers at the 2018 event include:
- Graham Southall, Group commercial director, Northumbrian Water
- Colin Green, Director " Water 2020, Ofwat
- Ester Rus Perez, Sludge and energy innovation manager, Thames Water
- David Riley, Head of carbon & energy, Anglian Water
- Debbie Weall, Capital programme lead, Scottish Water
- Bob Trivett, Head of innovation and technical services, South West Water
- Piers Clark, Chairman, Isle Group
- Howard Perry, Energy manager, Severn Trent
- John Leonard, Innovation and optimisation manager, Wessex Water
- Ray Arrell, Senior project manager, Regen SW
- Tom Stephenson, Pro vice-chancellor, research and innovation, Cranfield University
- Jose Vazquez, R&D area manager: innovation and technology, FCC Aqualia (Spain)
- John Mulholland, Energy specialist
- Matthew Crowhurst, Programme manager, Wessex Water
You can see the full agenda, download the brochure, view the complete list of speakers and register at: http://event.wwtonline.co.uk/energy/
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