10 articles in Sweden
The Swedish cleantech company is taking on home-grown capital after becoming disillusioned with the venture capital market. CEO Stefan Sandström outlines his ambitions for international growth.
The Greek government expects to name legal and technical advisory teams for the privatisation of water companies EYATH and EYDAP later this month.
The March deadline for submitting river basin management plans looks set to be missed by most European countries. What are the implications?
GWI’s Water Market Europe report shows that Western Europe is set to invest €320 billion in water and wastewater infrastructure over the next decade. David Lloyd Owen looks at what is driving this expenditure.
How can the Water Framework Directive be made to happen across Europe?
France: Suez completed the sale of Nalco to a consortium comprised of the Blackstone Group, Apollo Management and Goldman Sachs Capital Partners.
Germany: Richard Klein and Manfred Remmel both left RWE by “mutual consent”.
Sweden: An article published by the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) set out the Swedish perspective on privatisation.
VIVENDI WATER has won what is claimed to be the first ever contract for outsourcing water and wastewater services in Sweden.
Government money for improved water and wastewater facilities.