The end of an era: Louise Dudley reflects on leading urban utilities for the last decade

CEO of Urban Utilities, Louise Dudley, is finishing up her ten year tenure at the leading water utility in August, following her transformative stint at the helm. Utility talked to Ms Dudley about her role’s biggest challenges, encouraging women to enter the sector, championing inclusivity and the industry’s innovation evolution.

Creating Australia’s best tasting tap water

Every year WIOA’s IXOM Best Tasting Tap Water Competitions celebrate the work undertaken by water professionals who work hard behind the scenes for their communities to deliver high-quality drinking water across Australia. Earlier this year, the water produced at the Casino Water Treatment Plant was named Australia’s best tasting tap water.

Supporting the energy industry in the renewables transition

As renewable penetration continues to grow in Australia, the need to maintain power system strength has become increasingly important. A […]

We don’t just need resilient infrastructure, but infrastructure for resilience

by Patrick Hastings, Chief Delivery Officer, Infrastructure Sustainability Council It seems astonishing that two years after we were shocked by […]

Smart mains management puts SA water breaks on downward trend

With a long history of innovation, SA Water continues to embrace change in its everyday operation and long term planning, including by fostering and developing new applications of cutting-edge technology for the benefit of its customers and the South Australian community.

Australia’s big batteries: new storage to match the rise of renewables

Battery storage systems are vital assets for stabilising energy generation during the national energy transition, and a robust stock of […]

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