MOSL announces the successful projects from the third round of their 2024 Market Improvement Fund

MOSL has announced the successful projects from the third round of the Market Improvement Fund (MIF).

For this round, the MIF offered up to £200k from a £1m fund for projects that will benefit the non-household water market, its customers and the environment.

MOSL received 15 applications in total, the highest amount since the fund launched. All applications were reviewed for eligibility and scored by the independent Selection Committee and subsequently approved by the Strategic Panel.

The Strategic Panel awarded £870k in total to eight successful projects.

Markus Lloyd, MOSL’s Head of Market Performance, says:

“We are thrilled with the projects approved for this round of the Market Improvement Fund. The MIF provides a platform for innovators to conduct pilots, undertake research and test potential solutions to problem areas in the market that aim to make it better for customers and the environment. The projects are excellent examples of innovation in the market and we look forward to seeing what they produce.”

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