24 articles about "Southwest Water"
Colorado-based Joshua Water Technology has raised $2 million of fresh equity from investors including the Impact Opportunities Fund to fund its near-term expansion plans.
For the deal, contracted in 2010, which has made the biggest contribution to the advancement of public-private partnerships in the international water sector.
* Macquarie Essential Assets Partnership has decided that its 33.33% equity position in Aquarion is not an essential asset after all, and is looking for a buyer.
A 9% jump in the GWI Global Water Index is the biggest monthly rise since April 2009. Who were the winners and losers?
Convincing US municipalities to consider the full lifecycle cost of a new treatment plant is not as easy as it sounds. Emily Pickrell examines the anatomy of the design-build-operate model.
Slow growth in 2009 has failed to dampen optimism about the future of outsourcing water and wastewater services to private operators in the US. Emily Pickrell introduces GWI's 2009 contract ops survey.
A series of high-profile acquisitions in the US ensured an outperformance in the Americas portion of the GWI Global Water Index this month. Weak guidance numbers from American Water limited the upside.
Water Asset Management has taken advantage of the investor-owned utility’s accounting irregularities to make an offer for the company. Private ownership may be the best thing that has happened to the California-based company.
* It has been a month of mergers.
Quoted US water utility stocks put on a somewhat lacklustre show last year, after 2008’s stellar outperformance. Analysts are predicting great things for 2010.