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Water Deregulation Webinar – 17 January 2017
Water deregulation in England is good for business: Learn how to reap the rewards
17 January 2017 1:30 PM GMT Register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8213033380148676100
In April 2017, the water retail industry will be deregulated for non-domestic customers across England bringing the current regional monopolies to an end which is expected to improve services with suppliers competing for new customers and deliver cost savings. It is also expected that many water retailers will introduce new offerings and services into their business models including water-efficiency equipment as a move towards service improvement.
Whilst all non-domestic customers can benefit from deregulation, the greatest benefits are likely to be achieved by multiple site and/or high water usage organisations, such as those operating in the areas of commercial property, health, entertainment and leisure, manufacturing, education and retail. These types of organisations typically have multiple bills from a range of water companies, each operating in different regions. Deregulation will allow centralisation of accounts; saving on time and cost of administration.
The good thing is you do not have to wait until April to do something about it. Businesses are able to give notice on their intention to switch and shop around for the best deals now. By doing nothing you could miss out on these cost savings and benefits.
Presenting the webinar will be:
Arthur Beattie, Commercial Director, Carbon2018 – Arthur has worked in the energy sector for over 17 years, pioneering new services and working within the property sector to deliver innovative solutions to recognised challenges. Arthur is responsible for driving sustainable growth, identifying new market opportunities and working to enhance the overall client experience.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.