Future Water Networks 2020 Programme – Day 2

Thursday 19th November 2020

 

9:30amWelcome - Paul Horton - CEO, Future Water
SESSION 1 - Innovation in the Water Sector - How will this impact smart networks and the supply chain? 
Chair: Nicky Cunningham - Manager, Centre for Resilience in the Environment, Water and Waste, University of Exeter
Driving innovation in the water sector: Ofwat’s innovation competition
Harry Armstrong, Ofwat
How this will benefit water companies' – Part 1: clean networks
Jeremy Heath - Innovation Manager, SES Water
How this will benefit water companies' – Part 2: waste networks
Tom Swanson - Water Sector Global Lead, ATOS
Transforming the workforce through happiness
James Brewer, Lanes Group
Centre of Excellence - Innovation Strategy
Andy Ball, HR Wallingford
The benefit for the supply chain
Paul Horton - CEO, Future Water
Q&A session
11:00amClose of session
11:30amWelcome - Paul Horton - CEO, Future Water
SESSION 2 - Water and wastewater networks: achieving net zero? 
Chair: Maria Mandiniki - Principle Water Planning Advisor, Mott MacDonald
The net zero route maps - impact on networks
Priyesh Depala, Senior Investment Planning Advisor – Carbon and Net Zero, Mott MacDonald
A route to Low Carbon, Energy Positive Sewage Treatment
Peter Vale - Technical Lead, Severn Trent Water
Clean energy and resilience potential of abandoned UK coal mines
Jeremy Crooks, Head of Innovation, The Coal Authority
Energy from Sewers
John Sammon - Low Carbon Energy Team Lead, Scottish Water Horizons
Reflecting to Progress
Phil Clisham, Technical Director, PClisham Consulting & Mike Jones, Principle Consultant - Global Water Lead, Infosys
Flexible market for electricity - opportunities for DSO services
Steven Gough, SSE Networks
Q&A session
1:00pmClose of Session

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