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Isle Utilities’ Trial Reservoir initiative funded a project that successfully showcased the potential to improve access to clean water in rural communities in The Gambia. The success of this trial holds promise for widespread provision of water globally and in doing so, mitigating inequalities, enhancing health and well-being, and contributing to efforts in addressing climate change.
The project was carried out for 12 months in which a diagnosis of the most pressing challenges in the water and sanitation sector was made, followed by a search for technological solutions that could solve them, which were presented and voted by water utilities in Mexico and subsequently presented in 2 TAG events. In parallel, a series of 6 virtual seminars were organized with the aim of promoting innovation in the water sector at the regional level in Latin America.
In practical terms this means first reducing demand for water from the new development as far as practicable (targeting 85l/p/d), reusing water, and then offsetting the remaining demand elsewhere within the same region.
Isle provided the client with dedicated resource with expertise in water efficiency, water resources, program management and network operation.
The goal of the WIP was to support utilities in meeting their service delivery objectives by facilitating the incorporation of innovative technologies in target utilities’ operations. The WIP brought together water utility operators and exposed them to potentially relevant technology companies based on service delivery challenges they had pre-identified. WIP facilitated regional dialogues with more than 10 utilities in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, El Salvador, Mexico, and Peru.
MHC prepared a market entry strategy for an IOT platform company on how they could partner to develop a go-to-market strategy for the APAC utility market
The independent evaluation of public-private partnerships to finance a biosolids treatment process that is required to discontinue landfilling biosolids and meet statewide legislation.
MHC assisted an energy embedded network operator merge with a telecommunications and 2 property technology businesses to adopt an operating model that will allow the combined entity to cross sell, take advantage of operational efficiencies, and set themselves up for future growth.
Sydney Water’s Innovation Festival brought together diverse perspectives across the globe to fast-track innovation and co-create novel ideas to solve our greatest challenges. This “first of its kind” event provided a safe and creative platform to enhance innovation culture and foster ideas across multiple sectors that address key challenges across the water sector.