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By summer 2018 water companies are nearing the final stages of their business plans for AMP7 and needing to identify specific best approaches to meet the regulator’s highly challenging financial performance, customer engagement and innovation requirements.
This half-day workshop for water professionals offers a timely opportunity to hear a range of leading views and lessons learned.
Speakers include senior experts from the Environment Agency, Ofwat, Northumbrian Water and Southwest Water.
This event is part of the Energy, Resilience and Climate Change campaign.
Ynon Gablinger is a director of economics at Ofwat. He leads the cost assessment team for PR19, which has recently published a consultation “Cost Assessment for PR19 – a consultation on econometric cost modelling”. Ynon has over 10 years’ experience in utilities regulation at Ofgem and Ofwat.
Mark Worsfold has been at South West Water since May 2015 (having previously been at both Ofwat and Yorkshire Water).
Mark enjoys working in the water industry, with over 25 years experience in the sector. Mark's responsibilities at South West Water as Director of Asset Management are associated with the wholesale business including asset management, strategic planning, tactical plans, resilience, performance reporting and ODI development as well as examining how the business should most effectively make Totex decisions within its decision making. He is a member of the SWRFCC.
At Ofwat he held roles as Director, Chief Engineer and Head of Asset Strategy, which included the regulation of infrastructure, the serviceability of the asset base, capital maintenance expenditure, sewer flooding, sewerage enhancements, sludge treatment and disposal, the cost base, capital efficiencies, innovation and links with the supply chain. A veteran of the last four price reviews at both Ofwat and on the company side, Mark supported a number of initiatives with Infrastructure UK, including cyclical investment in the water industry and reviewing flooding maintenance within the Environment Agency.
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