Utility Week provides unrivalled news, insight and impact analysis, private networking and live events on key areas including policy and regulation, vulnerable customers and operational excellence.
Turning information into trusted insight
Our award-winning content team have unrivalled industry relationships, delivering you the latest news and development. It’s why we are read and trusted by utilities leaders and their teams
Filter out the noise
Utility Week membership offers a unique personalisation service with daily news alerts, customised watchlist alerts and personalisation
Join the conversation
Shape the utilities industry’s future at exclusive member-only networking events, conferences, virtual events and webinars to obtain behind-the-scenes insight into business leaders’ thinking
Empowering you and your teams
Utility Week’s membership is for your whole business. We work with our members to understand their goals, pain points and business needs.
- News, insights and impact analysis helps senior leadership teams to pre-empt change, reduce risk and support decision making
- Unrivalled coverage of policy and regulatory updates help strategy and regulatory teams stay ahead of the latest legislation and developments
- Breaking news coverage and exclusive interviews to keep communications teams well informed
- Better align resources and upskill your teams with the latest news, operational excellence and best-practice
- Our unparalleled partnerships keep teams informed on the latest technology to streamline workforces
Stay connected on any device
Utility Week is available in multiple formats to suit your lifestyle. Delivered to your door or on your screen you can access Utility Week’s content on any device – 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
What our members say:
Utility Week feeds into a wider understanding of development of environment and landscape in political, regulatory, technology. It’s an interface with other utility sectors, we have a lower understanding of gas and water and need to know to understand wider trends.
The reason I read UW is business development to find new clients, new players and potential work. I need to keep up to date on the latest regulations. It is useful to know what our clients or potential clients are wrestling with. Insights and news is helpful as I’m not getting that information anywhere else.
We are often locked out of regulation because we are further down the supply chain, we end up with an abridged version from clients. Getting a view of what’s going on from a neutral point of view is highly valued.
I most value insights, these tell me why something is happening, gives more detail, provides a more balanced view.
Utility Week is a one stop shop to provide the insight I need to deal with consultations.
I want to know how utility companies can deal with unprecedented levels of growth, getting a view from across industry.
I’m in a strategy and thinking role, not in a hands-on role, so I value analysis about future of utilities, the in-depth view has been enlightening.