128 articles in Italy
Acciona’s water division had a record year in 2012, generating €500 million of revenues and penetrating new markets across the globe. Where can it go from here?
Under proposed tariff reforms in Italy, operators will no longer be remunerated for capital investment. Some still argue that the reform betrays the spirit of the 2011 referendum.
The Greek government intends to release a request for expressions of interest later this month ahead of the sale of its 74% stake in Athens-listed EYATH, the concessionaire responsible for water supply and sewerage in Thessaloniki.
Emma Welsh hopes your vision is clearer than hers.
Emma Welsh invites you to attend our Global Water Summit in Rome.
The authorities in Rome could hardly have chosen a worse time to monetise part of their stake in local utility Acea. The proceeds will hardly dent the city’s deficit.
The Greek government expects to name legal and technical advisory teams for the privatisation of water companies EYATH and EYDAP later this month.
Suez Environnement will crash out of the benchmark CAC 40 index on 19 December, to be replaced by cable and wiring giant Legrand.
*Anglian Water tapped the Class B bond market for $410 million in early November via a 10-year offering paying a coupon of 5.18%.
* Ownership changes at three of the UK’s regulated water utilities dominated the headlines this month.