Free Virtual Workshop: International Water Markets

Monday February 21

Organised in partnership with the UK Department for International Trade (DIT), the Virtual International Markets Workshop will explore the greatest challenges and opportunities in South America, Asia and Africa’s water sector, providing an excellent forum for UK water businesses to connect with and form long-lasting alliances with international partners.

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DAY 1 - Tuesday February 22, 2022

08:55
Welcome Remarks
09:00
Opening Keynote Presentation // Water: Myths, Facts & Inconvenient Truths

The Opening Keynote will set the scene for the summit by addressing the most pressing considerations in the global water sector, including water quality, water resources, and the climate emergency.

Speaker:
Sir James Bevan, CEO, ENVIRONMENT AGENCY, UK

09:10
Opening Plenary // Water Leaders Forum: Unlocking a Net Zero Future
  • How are key takeaways from COP26 shaping net zero targets? What can we expect from a refocused water sector?
  • What business, technology, investment, regulatory and community engagement frameworks are needed to scale green projects? What is the best way to engage the private sector and secure ESG funding?
  • How are utilities working with key players along the value chain to establish a thriving innovation ecosystem? What partnership models have proven successful?
  • Are skills gaps across the water supply chain obstructing innovation? What strategies are needed to develop and nurture talent?

Session Chair:
Anna Poberezhna, Founder & CEO of SMART4TECH, Fellow of  BLOCKCHAIN & CLIMATE INSTITUTE, UK

Speakers:
Harry Sachinis, CEO, EYDAP, GREECE
Carlos Campos, COO Smart Environmental Solutions, SUEZ, FRANCE
David Riley, Head of Carbon Neutrality, ANGLIAN WATER, UK
Rubén Fernandes, CEO/Executive Board Director, AGUAS DE PORTO, PORTUGAL
Sophie Tremolet, Europe Freshwater Director, THE NATURE CONSERVANCY, UK

09:50
Presentation // Climate Resilience: Creating a Circular Water Economy with Potable Reuse Technology
  • How has drought affected North America over the past ten years and what are the projected trajectories by geographic region?
  • How can drought mitigation strategies and technology help the water sector build climate resilience while meeting water quality standards? What case studies are available?
  • What is the role of regulators? How can water reuse policy bring down barriers to effective drought resilience in North America and globally?

Speaker:
Art Umble, SVP & Director Stantec Institute for Water Technology & Policy, STANTEC, USA

09:55
Panel // Taking a Multidisciplinary Approach to Drought Resilience

Session Chair:
Mark Howard, Partner & Engineering Director for Water & Energy, ARCADIS, UK

Speakers:
Art Umble, SVP & Director Stantec Institute for Water Technology & Policy, STANTEC, USA
Long Naro, Director General, PHNOM PENH WATER AUTHORITY, CAMBODIA
James Whitehead, Executive Director, SOLAR WATER, UK
P Akash, IAS officer & Executive Director, CHENNAI METROPOLITAN WATER SUPPLY & SEWERAGE BOARD, INDIA

10:35
Presentation // NEOM: How Saudi Arabia is Changing The World of Green Desalination
  • How can Saudi Arabia’s water sector drive circularity in water treatment? What is the role of desalination and how can we source green products from brine processing? What are the end markets for offtake?
  • What technologies are showing the greatest potential? Considering feasibility and production costs, are they profitable? How do they fit into integrated systems?
  • What water sector milestones have been achieved in NEOM? What projects are in the pipeline and what are their timelines?

Speaker:
Gavin van Tonder, Executive Director of Water, NEOM, SAUDIA ARABIA

10:45
Networking Coffee Break

Delegates attending the physical event in London will take a brief networking coffee break.

11:15
Presentation // Climate Futures: Planning for a Resilient Low Carbon Water Sector
  • What climate futures might we encounter and what are the implications for the water sector?
  • What information can climate science provide to help the water sector plan for the future on different timescales?

Speaker:
Jason Lowe, Head of Climate Services, MET OFFICE, UK

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11:25
Reassessing Priorities in South America’s Water Sector as Day Zero Draws Closer
  • One of the main commercial waterways in South America, the Paraná River, has reached its lowest level in nearly 80 years due to a prolonged drought in Brazil. As climate extremes prevail in the region, what strategies are South American utilities implementing to address them? How can technology support climate adaptation?
  • What can South American utilities do now to decarbonise their supply chains and prevent climate emergencies from spinning out of control? How do regional players approach and drive technological transformation and net zero efforts?
  • How can South American utilities collaborate effectively with the global innovation ecosystem to source, implement and maintain climate-smart technology and processes? What are the challenges and opportunities governing these partnerships?

Session Chair:
Flavio Lopes Ribeiro, SUPERINTENDENT OF PROTECTED AREAS OF THE STATE OF GOIÁS & International Consultant, BRAZIL

Speakers:
Julio Aversano, Innovation, Transformation and Data Science Lead, AYSA, ARGENTINA
Pericles Socrates Weber, COO, IGUÁ SANEAMENTO, BRAZIL
Jorge Meza, Advisor to Director General, CONAGUA, MEXICO
Alain Arcalji, VP of Corporate ServicesBRK, BRAZIL

12:05
The New Water Entity Supporting Melbourne’s Growing West

Speaker:
Maree Lang, Managing Director, GREATER WESTERN WATER, AUSTRALIA

12:15
Monitoring and Forecasting Wetness Conditions and Drought with Data from the GRACE-FO Satellites
  • What findings are available from The NASA/GFZ Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) and GRACE Follow On (GRACE-FO) satellite missions? What do they tell us about changing climates across the US and world?
  • How are data assimilation tools and drought monitoring maps helping the water sector forecast, respond to and mitigate drought? What results are we seeing?

Speaker:
Matthew Rodell, Acting Deputy Director of Earth Science for Hydrosphere, Biosphere, and Geophysics, NASA, USA

12:25
New Report Announcement // The Power of Nature: Designing the Sponge City of the Future
  • What does the ultimate sponge city look like? How can digital tools and nature support strategic urban planning to meet COP26 pledges and achieve greater climate resilience? How is Arup’s new Global Sponge City Survey investigating the ‘sponginess’ of eight cities around the world?
  • Megalopolis vs small city, what challenges does the water innovation ecosystem face when implementing nature-based solutions into cities of different sizes and across regions? How can they be overcome, and what successful case studies exist?
  • How can these solutions make green infrastructure affordable and help utilities unlock new funding sources?

Speaker:
Thomas Sagris, Digital Water Research Leader, ARUP, UK

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12:35
Panel // Merging Technology and Nature for Greater Flood Resilience
  • Heavy rainfall, snow and ice are causing extreme flooding in many parts of the world, how are utilities addressing the increased water flow to avoid systems being overwhelmed?
  • How can technology help water companies forecast increased water flow and maximise the capacity of existing infrastructure to build hydraulic resilience in cities?
  • How can the water sector utilise nature to build urban drainage systems? What is the anticipated impact on capacity building and network management? What does the ultimate smart city look like?

Session Chair:
Mar Batista Seguí, Head of Programmes, BRITISH WATER, UK

Speakers:
Andrea Aliscioni, COO, MM SPA, ITALY
Mike App, Vice President, ELECTRO SCAN, USA
Hamish Hall, Director of Water Risk Management, WSP, UK
Helge Daebel, Partner, EMERALD TECHNOLOGY VENTURES, SWITZERLAND
Akriti Sagar, IAS, Additional Chief Executive OfficerDELHI JAL BOARD, INDIA

13:15
Networking Lunch

Delegates attending the physical event in London will take a lunch networking break.

The online audience is invited to connect with each other for video calls, reach out with messages, or explore the virtual exhibition to meet the teams behind exciting projects and new technologies.

14:15
Reverse Shark Tank

Two utilities pitch their innovation strategies to a panel of start-ups, who are keen to provide feedback, explore the internal decision-making process, and dig into the pain points that are currently front and center.

Utilities:
Jon Regan, Head of Innovation, THAMES WATER, UK
David Balsar, General Manager Innovation and Ventures, MEKOROT, ISRAEL

Start-Ups:
Amanda Siqueira, Co-Founder & CEO, VAPAR, UK
Bartosz Kruszka, Co-Founder, CSO & CEO, NANOSEENPOLAND

14:45
Regulators Forum // The Policy Implications of a Changing Global Landscape
  • How are regulators dividing funds and attention between short- and long-term priorities?
  • What role do policymakers play in promoting digital transformation and decarbonisation across the water supply chain? How can regulation provide both a stepping stone and a barrier to innovation?
  • How can regulators ensure that utilities are accounting for the cultural, environmental and social values of water in its cost? Do policymakers have a role to play in how the true value of water is communicated to consumers?
  • With unemployment and poverty rates rising, how are regulators ensuring the affordability of water for the general public?

Session Chair:
Mark Fletcher, Global Water Leader, ARUP, UK

Speakers:
Harry Armstrong, Director, Regulatory Policy, OFWAT, UK
Sim Sitha, Secretary of State, MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY, SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION, CAMBODIA
Sayed Ismail, Deputy Minister of Housing, UTILITIES & URBAN COMMUNITIES, EGYPT
Cintia Leal Marinho de Araújo, Superintendent of Economic RegulationNATIONAL WATER AND SANITATION AGENCY (ANA), BRAZIL

15:25
Networking Coffee Break

Delegates attending the physical event in London will take a brief networking coffee break.

15:55
Roundtable Discussions

Each roundtable discussion group is hosted by an industry expert on a specific theme offering you a valuable opportunity to network, brainstorm solutions and discuss ideas. Come prepared for lively discussion and diverse debate!

  • What Do the Best Water Sector Clients Do – to Stimulate, Test and Adopt More Innovative Ideas?
    Host: Kieran Brocklebank, Head of Innovation, UNITED UTILITIES, UK
  • Asset Management: Green BIM Concepts for Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS)
    Host: David Totman, VP of Asset Management, INNOVYZE, USA
  • Circularity in Water: Recovering Nutrients & Reusing Effluent
    Host: Jan Goossen, CEO, AQUAFIN, BELGIUM
  • How Can Technology Help Create Fully Integrated Water Management Systems?
    Host: Terry Fuller, CEO, CIWEM, UK
  • Translating Growing Public Climate Awareness into Net Zero Action
    Host: David Riley, Head of Carbon Neutrality, ANGLIAN WATER, UK
  • Water Business: Smart City Policies & Environmental Challenges
    Host: Alice Guehennec, Group Chief Digital & Information Officer, SAUR, FRANCE
  • Water Distribution for Low Water Losses
    Host: Gavin van Tonder, Water Sector Head, NEOM, SAUDI ARABIA
  • Carbon Neutral Wastewater Treatment: Is the Activated Sludge Process the Answer?
    Host: Frank Rogalla, Director of Innovation & Technology, AQUALIA, SPAIN
  • Climate-Smart Water Utilities: Driving Climate Adaptation & Cutting Carbon
    Host: Rubén Fernandes, CEO & Executive Board Director, AGUAS DO PORTO, PORTUGAL
  • Measuring & Reducing GHG Emissions
    Host: Bob Stear, Chief Engineer, SEVERN TRENT, UK
  • Reducing Utilities’ CO2 Footprint and Operational Costs
    Host: Riccardo Martini, Global Product Manager Advanced Process Control, ABB ENERGY INDUSTRIES, ITALY
  • Innovative Asset Management: Satellite Technology Driving Efficiency & Maintenance Performance
    Co-Hosts: Sergio Samarelli, CTO, RHETICUS, ITALY and Andrea Aliscioni, COO, MM SPA, ITALY
  • A Pathway to Zero Pollution from Wastewater Networks
    Host: Tim O’Brien, CEO, METASPHERE, UK
16.35
Presentation // Performance Optimisation: Implementing a Progressive Approach to People & Technology
  • With an abundance of data becoming available in water operations, how can utilities ensure quality data is generated?
  • What processes are most efficient for data analysis, and how can water companies implement the findings into their short- and long-term strategies?
  • How can the water industry establish a collaborative innovation ecosystem that looks beyond competitive challenges to accelerate digitalisation and performance optimisation?

Speaker: 
Marco Achilea, Head of Water Business – Energy Industries, ABB, ITALY

16:40
Panel // Analytics on the Edge: Optimising Water & Wastewater Operations
  • What lies beyond the cloud? How can edge computing and AI help utilities create more tightly linked water and wastewater systems? What are the barriers to mass adoption and how can we break them down?
  • What emerging pollutants are presenting a threat to global drinking water quality and how can technology help detect and quantify contaminants in drinking water automatically and in real time?
  • How can technology providers and utilities work together to develop complete solutions that are sustainable, affordable and allow for better integration? How can business model innovation drive technology transformation?

Session Chair:
David Rose, Partner, THALES WATER ADVISORS, USA

Speaker:
Maurizia Brunetti, Technical Director, GRUPPO HERA, ITALY
Garry Tabor, Director of Smart Water Solutions EMEA, BADGER METER, UK
Chee Meng Pang, CETO, SINGAPORE PUB, SINGAPORE
Marco Achilea, Head of Water Business – Energy Industries, ABB, ITALY
Bruce Chalmers, VP, Water, Energy & Environment, UK & Europe, JACOBS, UK

17:20
Closing Plenary // Success through Failure: Fostering a Learning Culture
  • With population growth, urbanisation and climate change increasing the complexity of risk management in the water sector, how does this impact technology adoption?
  • Failure and fault are inseparable in most organisations, so how can leaders disrupt the blame game and create a culture of psychological safety in which the rewards of learning from failure can be fully realised? What is the anticipated impact on technology innovation and adoption, economic efficiency and sustainability?
  • How can we strengthen trust and collaboration between vendors and utilities to create an environment where failure is embraced and learning is celebrated?

Session Chair:
Terry Fuller, CEO, CIWEM, UK

Speakers:
Kieran Brocklebank, Head of Innovation, UNITED UTILITIES, UK
Bernard Koh, Assistant Chief Executive, SINGAPORE PUB, SINGAPORE
Ganga Shreedhar, Professor Behavioural Sciences, LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS (LSE), UK
Tom Ferguson, Managing Partner, BURNT ISLAND VENTURES, USA
Amir Yaar, CEO, EVOLUTION WATER, ISRAEL

18:00
Closing Remarks
18.05
Drinks Reception and 1-1 Networking

The final two hours of the summit will be devoted for dedicated networking time, allowing our physical audience to connect with future partners without the worry of missing out on any of the action on stage.

20.00
Summit Closes

DAY 2 – Wednesday February 23, 2022

08:55
Welcome Remarks
09:00
Opening Keynote // The Need for Digital in a Green Europe

Speaker:
Johannes Cullmann, Director Water & Cryosphere, UN WORLD METEOROLOGICAL ORGANIZATION, SWITZERLAND

09:10
Opening Plenary // Accelerating the Transition to a Net Zero Water Economy
  • How are emissions monitored across the water supply chain, and are utilities aligning on methodology and reporting? How can we improve the scientific quantification of carbon emissions in the water sector?
  • How are utilities moving beyond pilots to scale innovative technologies, improve energy efficiency and achieve carbon neutrality?
  • Where are the opportunities for utilities to gain inspiration from and collaborate with other sectors?
  • How can we quantify the cost of inaction? What is the economic case for mainstreaming new technologies and driving environmental stewardship?

Session Chair:
Paul Horton, CEO, FUTURE WATER ASSOCIATION, UK

Speakers:
Bob Stear, Chief Engineer, SEVERN TRENT, UK
Alice Guehennec, Group Chief Digital & Information Officer, SAUR, FRANCE
Frank Rogalla, Director of Innovation & Technology, AQUALIA, SPAIN
Alain Dedieu, President Water Waste Water Segment, SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC, SWITZERLAND
Sally Sudworth, Global Head of Climate Change & Sustainability, MOTT MCDONALD, UK

09.55
Networking Coffee Break

Delegates attending the physical event in London will take a brief networking coffee break.

10.25
Presentation // Network Digitalisation: Implementing Real-Time Monitoring Tools for Leakage Reduction
  • How can cloud technologies help utilities forecast and identify leakage in real time across their networks to reduce non-revenue water loss and meet targets set by regulators across the world?
  • What is the impact of these solutions on CAPEX and OPEX decision making?
  • What evidence for the efficacy of cloud technologies exists? What does the Electro Scan and Anglian Water case study tell us?

Speakers:
Bradley Weston, Managing Director, ELECTRO SCAN, UK
James Hargrave, Leakage Reduction Lead, ANGLIAN WATER, UK

10:35
Panel // Leak Forecasting: Harnessing Predictive Technology
  • How are utilities employing technology to reduce leakage network-wide and domestically?
  • What systems show the greatest potential in leak forecasting and reduction? How is AI supporting the analysis and utilisation of information? How scalable and economically viable are predictive technologies?
  • What results can we see from smart meter rollouts and how are they feeding into long-term leak reduction strategies?
  • What partnership models have proven most successful in forecasting and reducing leaks across the water supply chain?

Session Chair:
Brenley McKenna, Chief Utility Research, WATER RESEARCH FOUNDATION, USA

Speakers:
Javier Fernández Delgado, Deputy Director Telecontrol, CANAL DE ISABEL LL, SPAIN
Matthew Hawkridge, CTO, OVARRO, UK
Victoria Edwards, CEO, FIDO, UK
Lucy Njambi, Technical Director, NAIROBI WATER & SEWERAGE COMPANY, KENYA
Cyprian Luhemeja, CEO, DAR ES SALAAM WATER & SEWERAGE AUTHORITY (DAWASA), TANZANIA

11:15
Fireside Chat // Catalysing the Open Data Revolution
  • What is the value of data and how can it be leveraged to best attain ambitious goals set out by regulators and utilities themselves? What are the opportunities for open data systems in the global water sector?
  • What are the barriers to adoption? Are there cultural challenges to advancing data interoperability from design to operation?
  • Is it naive to think that open data systems can flourish in a privatised sector? How can competitive challenges fostered by regulatory performance incentives be overcome?
  • What business models and standards for collecting and presenting data promise success? Where does the responsibility lie to accelerate the open data movement in water companies and along the value chain?

Session Chair:
Denise Chevin, FREELANCE JOURNALIST & CONTRIBUTING EDITOR OF UTILITY WEEK, UK

Speakers:
Nigel Watson, CIO, NORTHUMBRIAN WATER, UK
Alain Dedieu, President Water Waste Water Segment, SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC, SWITZERLAND

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11:45
Investigating the Priorities Across Asia Pacific’s Water Sector
  • What are the most pressing challenges facing utilities in Asia? What is the role of technology in driving innovation, and how can the adoption of digital tools be accelerated?
  • As one of the regions worst affected by climate change, how is Asia’s water sector responding? How are utilities approaching water resource planning and management to build resilience?
  • How can we improve the availability of finance for Asia’s water sector, and particularly emerging economies? How can strategic investment support water resilience, sanitation and access?
  • How are Asian utilities collaborating with the global innovation ecosystem? How can we improve alignment with technology providers to better tailor solutions to local markets?

Session Chair:
Manoj Sharma, Chief Urban Sector Group, ADB, PHILLIPINES

Speakers:
Lara Olsen, CEO, SOUTH EAST WATER, AUSTRALIA
Tracey Slatter, Managing Director, BARWON WATER, AUSTRALIA
J.V. Emmanuel de Dios, President & CEO, MANILA WATER, PHILIPPINES
Nimesh Modak, Managing Director, IMAGINE H20 ASIA, SINGAPORE

12:25
The Impact of Transforming China’s Urban Centres Into ‘Sponge Cities’
  • What does the ultimate sponge city look like? How can digital tools and nature support strategic urban planning to meet COP26 pledges and achieve greater climate resilience?
  • Megalopolis vs small city, what challenges does the water innovation ecosystem face when implementing nature-based solutions into cities of different sizes and across regions? How can they be overcome, and what successful case studies exist?
  • How can these solutions make green infrastructure affordable and help utilities unlock new funding sources?

Session Chair:
Dean Amhaus, CEO, THE WATER COUNCIL, USA

Speaker:
Kongjian Yu, Founding Dean & Changjiang Chair Professor, PEKING UNIVERSITY, CHINA
Kevin Shafer, Executive Director, MILWAUKEE METROPOLITAN SEWERAGE DISTRICT, USA

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12:45
Lunch Break // Virtual Roundtable Discussions

Delegates attending the physical event in London will take a lunch networking break. Our online delegation will have the opportunity to join virtual roundtable discussion groups. Each group is hosted by an industry expert on a specific theme offering you a valuable opportunity to network, brainstorm solutions and discuss ideas. Come prepared for lively discussion and diverse debate!

  • Addressing the Net Zero Challenge in Water
    Host: Pericles Socrates Weber, COO, IGUÁ SANEAMENTO, BRAZIL
  • Lessons Learned as a First Responder to Typhoon Odette
    Host: J.V. Emmanuel de Dios, President & CEO, MANILA WATER, PHILIPPINES
  • The Challenge with Digitised, Automated Customer Relations
    Host: Alain Arcalji, VP of Corporate Services, BRK, BRAZIL
  • Sludge Treatment Technologies: Drying, Digestion & Incineration
    Host: Mehmet Emre Bastopcu, Deputy General Manager, KUZU GROUP, TURKEY
  • Digitalisation in Pipe Networks: From Leak Detection to Network Monitoring
    Hosts: Sascha Kuflik, Business Unit Director Water and Johannes König, Product Manager, SEBAKMT, GERMANY
13:35
Panel // Green Financing: Water in the Centre of Climate Action

Significant investment is needed to support our economic transition towards a healthier water system with more efficient withdrawals and more resilient infrastructure.

  • What are the latest investment trends in the global water sector and what type of investors are we seeing for the different phases of innovation-scale up?
  • How is funding prioritised between scaling carbon neutral and zero liquid discharge (ZLD) technology, and improving existing systems? What regional differences exist?
  • Moving from pilots to mass adoption, what emerging finance models promise to disrupt how innovation is funded and implemented? What is the anticipated impact on the sustainability of operations?

Session Chair:
Piers Clark, Chairman, ISLE UTILITIES, UK

Speakers:
Lydia Whyatt, Managing DirectorRESONANCE ASSET MANAGEMENT, UK
Reinhard Huebner, CEO, SKION WATER, GERMANY
Fabian Seunier, Group Head of Venturing, ALIAXIS, BELGIUM
John Robinson, Partner, MAZARINE VENTURES, USA

14.15
Panel // Unlocking the Full Potential of Smart Sewers
  • How can AI, satellite and sensor technology help utilities leverage existing networks for optimised wastewater management?
  • How can a data-driven approach support the forecasting and detection of overflow events in real time to reduce raw sewage discharge?
  • Have these systems reached maturity and what is the cost/benefit impact? How can utilities justify the investment?
  • What integration challenges do utilities face when combining different systems, and how can we improve collaboration between vendors and utilities to overcome them?

Session Chair:
Claire Fenwick, Managing Director, NURON, UK

Speakers:
Jan Goossens, CEO, AQUAFIN, BELGIUM
George Heywood, Technical Director & Subject Matter Expert, OVARRO, UK
Phillip Tomlinson, Director, METASPHERE, UK
Dragan Savic, CEO, KWR, NETHERLANDS
Anand Vashi, Executive Director, ENVIRO CONTROL PRIVATE, INDIA

14:55
Networking Coffee Break

Delegates attending the physical event in London will take a brief networking coffee break.

15:15
Fireside Chat // Resource Recovery: Closing the Loop on a Circular Water Economy
  • What does a no-waste water sector look like?
  • How are utilities recovering biomethane and hydrogen from biosolids, and how are they collaborating with the energy and gas sector to create a fully circular business model?
  • What developments are we seeing in nutrient recovery? How can we identify the right markets for these resources?
  • Where does the responsibility lie for driving innovation? Who are the stakeholders along the supply chain?

Session Chair:
Ulla Sparre, CEO, WATER VALLEY DENMARK, DENMARK

Speaker:
Karsten Lumbye, Chief Innovation Officer, AARHUS VAND, DENMARK
Jon McClean, CTO, EVOQUA, USA

15:35
Closing Plenary // What to Expect from a Post-2030 Water Sector
  • As water becomes increasingly scarce, how will priorities change for utilities? What do we anticipate the water sector of the future to look like?
  • What will the world’s perception of the value of water be? How will utilities reflect the cultural, environmental and social values of water in their business models?
  • How will wastewater be utilised to generate revenue, and how will it impact the economic viability of utilities and affordability of water for the general public?
  • How will the water sector’s culture shift? How will new innovations and ideas be developed, trialed, and scaled?

Session Chair:
Sarah Hendry, Chair, THE UK WATER PARTNERSHIP, UK

Speakers:
Angela MacOscar, Head of Innovation, NORTHUMBRIAN WATER, UK
Colby ManwaringCEOINNOVYZE, USA
Tony Harrington, Director of Environment, WELSH WATER, UK
Robert Light, Chair, CCW, UK

16:15
Closing Remarks
16:20
Summit Closes