At present, the water market in England and Wales is mostly operated as a series of regional monopolies with retail competition limited to only the very largest consumers.
From April 2017, the water market in England and Wales will be opened up, allowing non-domestic water customers to choose both their water and wastewater suppliers. This abolition of the regional monopolies is likely to drive suppliers to deliver innovations in customer service, metering, water efficiency and self-service, all of which focus on helping customers to improve the efficiency and cost effectiveness of their water supply. These changes provide a variety of opportunities and incentives for you to reduce both your consumption and the costs associated with water and wastewater procurement.
THE PROCESS: WHAT WE DELIVER
The imminent retail competition is likely to drive suppliers to deliver innovations in customer service, metering, water efficiency and self-service, all of which focus on helping customers to improve the efficiency and cost effectiveness of their water supply. Customers can also expect the competitive water market to be increasingly served by intermediaries such as brokers, procurement advisors and buying groups, who could dis-intermediate the customer relationship with the water retailer, while providing the benefits already associated with such services for electricity and gas contracts.
These changes provide a variety of opportunities and incentives for you to reduce both your consumption and costs associated with water and wastewater procurement. Our team can assist you in making the most of these opportunities.
- Assistance in identifying your water portfolio
- Gap Analysis & Readiness Review
- Data Management & Cost Management
- Portfolio Management & Auditing
- Monitoring & Reporting
- Procurement Support & Advice
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS FOR YOUR COMPANY?
- Expert support guiding you through complex industry changes
- Assistance maximising the opportunities presented by the forthcoming de-regulation of the water market by ensuring your readiness
Enhanced understanding of your portfolio and ability to identify and analyse the most appropriate and efficient cost saving opportunities
- Strategy creation and implementation to manage your costs
- Collecting and managing your data for you
- Up to date reporting delivered to your inbox
- 24/7 online access to your data
WHAT DO I NEED TO DO NEXT?
Call us to discuss your requirements or arrange a visit from one of our experienced team. We can then use your data to remotely assess your current energy use and suggest future savings for your business.
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A. Yes we can help, we will review with you any relevant records and can set a database to start recording and monitoring your usage including collecting historical records to give you a good understanding of your usage and spend
Q. Can you help us reduce water usage?
A. Yes, we can help you reduce you water usage in many ways, from on-site analysis to remote reporting. We’ll tailor our solution to meet your requirements.
Q. How soon do I need to act?
A. Now! The market will change on 1st April 2017 and there will no longer be a monopoly on suppliers. The sooner you act, the more time you have to review your options, next actions and maximise the opportunity this presents.