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With a jam-packed day of fresh ideas, top-level speakers, and opportunities to network with other innovators Future of Utilities: Water is the essential date in the UK water industry's calendar. Join us to spark new innovation strategies, renovate customer journeys, and transform network resilience to meet that crucial carbon neutral goal. Check out this year's hot topics: Preparing for 2030: from PR24 to Net ZeroGain exclusive insights on how our board-level speakers are balancing competing objectives to achieve the 2030 target. Affordability, vulnerability and the cost-of-living crisisAt a time of widespread financial difficulty, explore how the industry is approaching challenges to customer vulnerability, data-driven debt collection and affordability. Building a resilient networkHear from key industry leaders on key milestones towards network resilience using future technologies, sustainable asset management and ageing network solutions. Supercharging water resource managementFrom better resource management to collaborating on the movement of water, be part of the conversation as we uncover the challenges and opportunities. Shaping consumer and client demandWith the reduction in water usage a top priority for the industry, finding solutions that work is a must. Hear from exports on education-based solutions, as well as technological developments. CSOs, wastewater and pollutionTackling wastewater and pollution are key obstacles for the industry to overcome. Discover insights on the Storm Overflow Discharge Reduction Plan, how we can utilise predict and prevent measures, and the most effective solutions to wastewater management. Limited early bird offers available - check out our website for more details. Date and Time: On Monday March 20, 2023 at 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Venue details: Hilton London Tower Bridge, 5 Tooley Street, London, England, SE1 2BY, United Kingdom Prices:Non-Water Companies: GBP 1295.00,Water Companies*: GBP 845.00 Speakers: Emma Clancy, Chief Executive Officer, Consumer Council for Water, Richard Price, Chief Operating Officer, Bristol Water, Trevor Bishop, Organisational Development Director, Water Resources South East, Dr Toby Willison, Director of Quality and Environment, Southern Water, Iain McGuffog, Director of Strategy and Regulation, Bristol Water, Andrew Beaver, Director of Strategy and Regulation, Northumbrian Water, Dan Green, Head of Innovation and Sustainability, Wessex Water, Nick Mills, Head of Storm Overflow Taskforce, Southern Water, Kirsty Scarlett, Head of Customer Engagement, Wessex Water