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New legislation to speed up the environmental impact assessment process in Spain could benefit vital water projects. Not everyone is convinced.
Water reuse in Spain is set to receive a boost under a new national initiative. Lower energy consumption makes it an attractive alternative to increasing desalination capacity.
Spain’s wastewater plan is running into trouble as the country’s economy flounders. It has brought the role of private sector funding to the fore.
Tariff rises helped drive a significant reduction in Spain’s domestic water consumption in 2006, according to new data. There is still room for improvement.
A nod from Madrid is required before the Canaries can get their hands on €300m of new funding. New desal facilities and reuse initiatives await.
As Aguas de Valencia prepares to de-list its shares, Suez’s role as a shareholder looks increasingly marginalised. AVSA’s Eugenio Calabuig talks to GWI about the future.
With Catalunya’s reservoirs back above 50% capacity, the Barcelona water transfer scheme has been called off. The cost of shipping in water will hurt government budgets for months to come.
Local shareholders are looking to squeeze Suez out by buying up the listed portion of the stock. They have already consolidated control at the holding company level.
The long-term economic viability of Spain’s desalination boom is being called into question. Unless a deal can be struck with irrigators, its critics may be proved right.
The Spanish developer has taken a bold step forward by signing a drinking water supply agreement in Angola.