From a focus on transition to imagining the end game. We are excited to reveal that our headline theme for Utility Week Live 2020 is:
THE UTILITY OF THE FUTURE
Throughout the rest of 2019 and the early months of 2020, we will be running a year-long campaign aiming to mobilise the sector on the road towards 2050 and all that this milestone data entails.
We'll be preparing the sector for societal shifts, technological maturity curves and new environmental commitments using all the firepower we have across our brands - Utility Week, WWT and Network.
Product & Service solutions
of the UK's utilities visit
MOBILISING THE SECTOR
The Utility of the Future campaign will culminate at Utility Week Live 2020 where we will bring the campaign and its achievements to life.
We will gravitate around five big topic series, tackling the difficult questions around engineering the digital future for utilities:
- CLIMATE CHANGE
- SKILLS & WORKFORCE
GAIN FRESH IDEAS TO STAY AHEAD OF THE CURVE
The UK’s only pan-utility exhibition, brought to you by the teams behind independent business media brands Utility Week, Network and Water and Wastewater Treatment. Keep up with what's happening in utilities.
Be prepared; stay at the forefront of your industry.
2 days, over 150 exhibitors and more than 3,000 visitors across all tiers and sectors in. Meet industry colleagues face to face at our networking cafés, free Keynote theatre and more.
Gain unmissable inspiration and fresh ideas from the mavericks and change makers.
Discover the latest utilities tech and experience innovation first hand.
With over 150 exhibitors, unmatched numbers of solutions and the return of our award-winning Hackathon, there are fantastic ways to seek out new opportunities at UWL19.
The best industry exhibition I have ever been to. Thought provoking, interesting, good networking, with a positive feel to the whole event… it was excellent!
The best industry exhibition I have ever been to. Thought provoking, interesting, good networking, with a positive feel to the whole event…