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July

Network Awards 2020

Hilton Birmingham Metropole

Celebrating excellence and innovation. The Network Awards will reward individuals and organisations who have demonstrated exceptional performance in the energy networks space. Now in its second year, the Network Awards are back with 15 categories, recognising network operators, the supply chain, contractors and local authorities who are involved in shaping the energy system. The Network Awards honours the amazing people, teams, projects and innovations that have helped shape the energy industry. Beyond being a vehicle for celebrating and showcasing excellence, the Awards represent a great networking opportunity. With all of the networks in attendance and more than 300 industry professionals there on the night, the event represents an opportunity to meet new partners and celebrate the success of the industry together!

Water Industry Awards 2020

Birmingham

The Water Industry Awards are back again to celebrate and reward outstanding achievement and innovation in the UK water industry. The event is organised by the experts behind leading business media brand Water & Wastewater Treatment (WWT)

We will be rewarding projects in the field of technical innovation, engineering, workforce and customer service. Entries will be judged by our knowledgeable and independent panel of experts, who you can read more about on our judges page.

September

WWT Water Security in a Changing Environment

National Conference Centre, Birmingham

The 2020 WWT Water Security in a Changing Environment Conference will take on these issues, uniting the water industry and environmental stakeholders to address the climate crisis, improve water quality, drive investment in green infrastructure, enhance our chalk streams and manage abstraction and trade. Learn from the sector’s leaders and help protect water resources in a changing environment at this one-day event designed to tackle some of the world’s biggest challenges.

November

WWT Ireland Water

Pillo Hotel, Dublin

The Irish Water Sector has made great progress over the years, however there are still some pressing challenges to overcome, from the impact of economic restraints to unprecedented demand for growth in the water networks, compounded with Brexit and approaching price control periods.

The Ireland Water Conference brings together 150+ key stakeholders and provides a platform to tackle these challenges through engaging panel debates and interactive working groups, whilst also highlighting some of the good work being done within Ireland and the UK. Including meeting water quality requirements, delivering on capital requirements and tackling the leakage problem.

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