How will the water sector reach net zero emissions? It used to be an academic question. It is not any more. This year’s COP 26 meeting has highlighted water’s role in the Race to Zero, setting a target for utilities serving 500 million people to commit to net zero emissions by the 2022 Cairo meeting. Many municipal, regional, and national political leaders are announcing aggressive timetables for emissions reductions which include their water operations.
This responsibility for climate change mitigation places an additional burden for the water industry. On the other hand, it is a tremendous opportunity for utilities and their supply chain to reinvent the industry, reducing energy costs, embracing new technologies and financial models, re-engaging with customers and re-evaluating the value proposition
The purpose of our Water Without Carbon pathfinder workshop is to bring together the industry’s key thinkers to identify the opportunity, and determine the strategies which might deliver it.
Water Without Carbon will take place twice on Thursday 16th December at 7:00am GMT (Meeting 1) and at 16:00pm GMT (Meeting 2), accommodating all major timezones. Each online meeting will consist of a 75 minute workshop, with participants breaking out into small groups focusing on 4 areas, or workstreams:
Mobilising the Supply Chain:
Attendance at this meeting is highly limited. If you feel you would make a valuable contribution to one of the four workstream discussions, please register your interest below
Following the submission of your register your interest form, we will review your request, notifying you of your confirmed participation status in advance of the meeting.