Webinar on Smart Water Supply Infrastructure
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Universal water supply coverage has been a key theme in the past few years. In 2015, AMRUT was launched as the first water-focused mission. It has been able to provide over 11.4 million tapped water connections, taking the total connections to 41.4 million in AMRUT cities. In order to take the transformation to the next level, AMRUT 2.0 aims to make around 4,700 towns/cities ‘water secure’ by proving 100 per cent coverage of water supply. It plans to focus on circular economy of water through the formulation of a City Water Balance Plan for each city, prioritizing on recycle/reuse of treated sewage, rejuvenation of water bodies and water conservation. Further, the technology sub-mission for water will leverage latest global technologies in the field of water. The mission will have a reform agenda to promote public-private partnerships (PPPs) in this area.
The mission of this webinar is to discuss the next steps and the way forward for AMRUT 2.0, highlight the emerging needs and requirements, analyse potential role of the private sector and the associated risks and challenges and assess the scope for the adoption of digital technology solutions to meet the mission objectives.
1) What are the upcoming opportunities under AMRUT 2.0?
2) What are the key steps required to achieve the objective of water security under the programme?
3) What has been the private sector experience in the sector?
4) What are some of the pain points and unresolved challenges?
5) What are the new and advanced technologies being deployed by utilities for automation of operations and efficient water network management?
6) What is the potential role and opportunities for the private sector?
Who should attend
Government and policy-makers, state water authorities, private developers, contractors, water sector consultants, engineering firms, system integrators, etc.
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Senior Vice President