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Ofwat is hoping that its five year, £200 million Innovation Fund will help water companies collaborate their way to solving the sector’s pressing problems, and also open up a dialogue with prospective partners in other sectors, such as Fintech or telecoms. UW Innovate spoke to John Russell, senior director for strategy and planning and Harry Armstrong, director for regulatory policy.
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The impact of lockdown is expected to still be felt by members of the supply chain into 2021, according to a British Water survey that shows a third of companies anticipate revenues to be reduced in the next six to 12 months
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Many businesses that supply goods and services to the water sector had to furlough staff during lockdown and a quarter had to make redundancies according to British Water's Lila Thompson who described the serious impact on the supply chain
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Questions around data sharing, financial risk and how the contest would be carried out have been answered by Ofwat ahead of the first round of its innovation fund launching in January
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Tania Flasck, director of consultancy firm Turner and Townsend, talks to Utility Week about why communication is key to ensuring the supply chain can weather the storm after lockdown and what utilities companies can do to ease the pressure. She also warns the sector that the global impact of coronavirus will have to be factored in when considering orders of equipment.
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