Dionisio Garcia Comin, CEO of Global Omnium, has participated this Tuesday in the inauguration of the WEX Global summit that brings together world leaders in water and energy management and that meets until this Wednesday in the city of Valencia. WEX Global is a very important water and energy event that brings together very important global leaders from all over the world from the main companies, organizations, institutions and public administrations that are responsible for water and energy management
García has assured that in Valencia an enormous effort has been made to provide the city with the best technology to ensure the best service to our customers. "Transparency and having all the information possible is essential for the administration, and for the final consumer it is key to have all the information on their consumption, on possible leaks, to have greater control over their consumption." Also. He has stated that it is true that you have to have effective digital tools, but it is essential that people know how to use them and what benefits they bring. “It is important for consumers to see the usefulness of digital transformation. And there are two kinds of consumers: administration and final customer”. As a challenge "we need to break down the barriers of digital transformation in organizations, and on the other hand get the support of the Administrations
Pablo Calabuig, director of Idrica in North America, has valued everything that Valencia has done because it is a benchmark city in water management. He has highlighted the enormous work that has been carried out to "save water, hydraulic efficiency, save energy, minimize the carbon footprint and globally we are recognized as a very important city". We are working with the city of Houston or Mexico in the digitalization of the integral water cycle”.