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Money from customers’ water bills can only go so far. With climate change, population growth and ageing infrastructure, how our water industry funds capital delivery and making our networks more resilient will only become more constrained. As part of the PR24 methodology, Ofwat requests that 20% of non-statutory schemes be “co-designed, co-funded and co-delivered”, to bring in wider support for solutions that will deliver wider benefits.
In this Sustainability Delivery Group Expert Talk, part of 'The OneWater Approach series' held in partnership with Jacobs, we will look at how we can approach this requirement, using a combination of traditional and innovative approaches, to create new market funding and finance opportunities.
Tim Kooyers, Growth Director, Jacobs
Tim Kooyers is a Growth Director at Jacobs exploring how to bring projects to life through innovative commercial structuring and strategies. His work includes defining project financials in a manner that will attract private investment, as well as conveying project social and economic impacts to facilitate accommodating government funding and regulatory environments.
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