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The inaugural UK Utilities Risk Report, from Utility Week and Marsh, highlights the key issues keeping sector leaders awake at night. From cybersecurity to policy and regulatory blockers, extreme weather and price volatility, this report presents a snapshot of the key concerns for utilities.
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This new report looks at how energy retailers can re-invigorate face-to-face engagement in an uncertain world to forge closer relationships with consumers, offer support and build trust.
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At Tusker, we’re a proud carbon neutral company who provide Salary Sacrifice Green Car Schemes for organisations to implement within their overall employee benefits package. We already work with a number of organisations within the utilities sector, including EDF, National Grid & EQUANS. Have you considered implementing a similar scheme?
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The Utility Week Awards 2021 were finally revealed in March. See all of the winners, including a comment from Peter Simpson, chief executive of Utility of the Year, Anglian Water, as well as pictures from the night in this free download.
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Utilities know they must remain ever alert to the challenge of ensuring high standards of health and safety with new risks constantly emerging, not least due to developments in other industries and the impact of the pandemic. This report seeks to identify the key challenges and drivers for change and how utilities are responding.
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Wind turbines and solar panels are critical to the UK's decarbonisation commitment to reach net zero by 2050. Eventually, the grid will be solely reliant on renewables to power the nation, meaning the sector will bear a huge weight of responsibility.
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As water companies begin the long process of drawing up their business plans for 2025 to 2030, this major new report examines how different the PR24 price control will be. Where are the points of tension likely to arise between regulator and regulated, and where will companies struggle within their own organisations to raise the bar?
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Flexibility will underpin the future energy system but the power of location is yet to be fully unlocked and realised. Industry experts predict a whole range of business models will emerge around fixing balancing issues locally. But how do network operators ensure they can be facilitators rather than barriers to connecting technology before it connects to the system?
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As the UK lays out ambitious targets to cut carbon and achieve Net Zero in 2050, an essential aspect of the equation is being overlooked: water supply. Some of the new technologies that the country is banking on to transform our carbon fortunes – hydrogen and carbon capture and storage – use considerable amounts of water.
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The dramatic rise in wholesale power prices in 2021 has torn the energy retail sector apart, prompting a wave of supplier failures and heaping immense pressure on the remaining players. However, out of this crisis can also come an opportunity to forge closer relationships with consumers by highlighting the opportunities presented by the energy transition to save them money and contribute to the climate fight. Senior sector figures shared their views with Utility Week.
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Rising living costs and the fallout from the pandemic are exercising utilities as they set about developing diversified approaches to dealing with different cohorts of customers in financial difficulty. In this Utility Week insight report we asked experts from water and energy to share their experiences and solutions.
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