In this episode, we’re looking at sustainability in the water sector, and seeing what we in the energy sector can learn from that. Host Jon Slowe is joined by Frantz Beznik, Global Head of Sustainable Innovation and Senior R&D Director at Procter and Gamble, the global consumer goods corporation behind brands such as Head and Shoulders, Fairy and Gillette. Frantz is leading an initiative called the “50 litre home”, reducing our daily water consumption from 100s of litres a day down to 50 litres. What can we in the energy sector learn from this? And what can we learn from a company like Procter and Gamble that has a laser-like focus on customers, something that the energy sector is still working towards.
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