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The long-standing discipline of asset management is undergoing transformation in the utilities sector as the forces of decarbonisation and decentralisation make themselves felt, alongside rising regulatory expectations for service and operational efficiency. But do companies feel they have the asset information and understanding they need to underpin the shift? Utility Week explores the challenge in a new report.

Creating more reliable records of asset information and then making them easier to access and use is going to be crucial to meeting net zero goals in the energy and water sectors, not to mention ensuring that infrastructure is able to adapt to rapidly changing trends in supply and demand.

But what’s the state of play on asset information today and where do networks aspire to be in the near term future?

Utility Week’s report Achieving future asset management goals: filling data and knowledge gaps – created in association with Ordnance Survey, explores these questions. Download the report now to learn:

  • Why climate crisis and changing demand patterns are driving a need for improvements to asset information.
  • How confident utilities are today in the quality and completeness of the asset data they hold.
  • Where network operators have data gaps, and how they are seeking to fill these.
  • Which collaborative initiatives have the greatest potential to accelerate transformative changes to asset intelligence across the utilities sector – and beyond.
  • What key industry leaders and influencers think about big digital transformation challenges like data interoperability and sharing.

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