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Tighter environmental regulations and water scarcity are pushing power plant operators to rethink their water supply and wastewater strategies. How can the water industry make the most of the opportunities?
Christopher Gasson argues that mayors should think like bad-ass drug lords when it comes to extending the reach of their services.
John Deere has put its water division up for sale. The farm equipment company has until recently been vocal about the potential it saw in the water sector, although last month it took a $44 million impairment charge on the business.
Taqa of Abu Dhabi has set its sights on creating an international water project portfolio.
Xylem CEO Gretchen McClain was suddenly replaced by her former boss Steve Loranger this month, after two downward revisions of earnings guidance.
GWI’s annual water tariff survey is published this month.
Greater customer engagement could be the key to mitigating rate shock.
Fears over further capital flight from emerging markets kept a lid on overall stock market performance this month. Meanwhile, IPOs from Malakoff and CT Environmental will shake up the universe of investable Asian water stocks.
Rising power costs, corruption and increasing bad debt have forced water utilities around the world to hike rates in the past year. With capital investment needs rising, how can they convince consumers of the true value of water?
Christopher Gasson questions whether the reported slowdown in the BRIC economies will have an impact on the global water market.