Thames Water Release Plans for New Infrastructure Investment RequirementsBy Iqpc Exchange, PRNE
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
LONDON, December 15, 2011 -
Thames Water have amended their Water Resources Management Plan to reflect recommendations from the Summer 2010 public enquiry. They plan to roll out a scheme across their entire network to reduce leakage, install water meters and promote efficiency.
Richard Aylard, Thames Water’s Director of External Affairs and Sustainability said “supplies are already stretched and we have to act now to ensure we can provide enough water to meet our customers’ needs.”
Thames Water will be in attendance at the Infrastructure Asset Management Exchange to discuss how solution providers can help them to achieve their objectives.
The IAM Exchange will give attendees insight into the most cutting edge developments from leading water, gas, electricity, transport, road, rail and oil & gas enterprises.
This senior industry meeting will see industry heavyweights such as Former Chief Executive of the Office of Rail Regulation, Bill Emery and Board Director of Electricity North West, Anglian Water Group, Niall Mills give their expert insight on the strategic direction of the industry.
There will also be exclusive briefings from Ofwat and Ofgem, giving a sneak peek into these critical industry regulators.
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