Networking & insights for utilities professionals
Future of Utilities unites leading industry professionals to help shape the future of the utilities industry. Through our conferences, webinars, reports and roundtables, we deliver the necessary thought leadership, shared experiences and networking opportunities to prepare for, and determine, the future of utilities.
Chief Executive Officer, Northumbrian Water
Chief Executive Officer, E.ON
Chief Executive Officer, SGN
Chief Executive Officer, Thames Water
Chief Executive Officer, Affinity Water
Chief Executive Officer, Shell Energy
Managing Director - Customers, EDF Energy
Chief Executive Officer, Wessex Water
Webinar: Overhauling operational efficiency
How to overcome rising cost pressures
Sign up to learn how SSEN, EDF Energy, Wessex Water and OpenText are making the most of their investments in digital in pursuit of operational excellence.
Future of Utilities: Smart Metering Update is the platform where metering leaders come together to drive the SMIP forward and propel innovation in the industry.
With the 2020 deadline looming, concerns over the programme’s value for money and the next wave of installations ahead, the conference enables new strategies to take seed, connects the who’s who of energy and showcases the best in tech.
Future of Utilities: Innovation in Networks showcases those at the forefront of industry advancement by bringing networks together to discuss how asset management is changing as a result of new sensor data and analytical capability.
What is data’s true potential, and what are its costs? The future of the utilities industry will be transformed forever by data analytics, the Internet of Things and new technologies. In order to adapt to their new future, electricity, gas and water networks must rise to the challenge they face, or they risk missing their incident reduction targets and spiralling operational costs.
The Future of Utilities Report
This report presents fresh insights on the road ahead for the utilities ecosystem. The future face of the utilities will belong to the bold. Are you prepared?