Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (TAQA)
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Beijing Enterprises Water Group’s full-year results acted as something of a barometer of sentiment in the wider Chinese water market this month. To what extent is it now a ‘buy’?
More than half of the world’s biggest developers of privately financed projects are Chinese. Have they now outgrown the local market?
Hyflux, FCC and Sabesp are all looking to take on external capital. Meanwhile, the bubble could be about to burst for Californian regulated water utilities.
The emirate’s water and power bodies are being brought under one umbrella. While the centralised approach will allow it to create a strategy for its changing energy mix, the removal of an independent regulator may raise some eyebrows.
Israel’s Energy and Water Resources Ministry has approved a plan to double the volume of desalinated water produced in the country to 1.2 billion m3/year.
The flat performance of the European segment of the GWI Global Water Index last year belied a 30% rise for Veolia, as investors piled into the name on improving fundamentals and sustained earnings growth. A poor showing from UK water stocks took the shine off.
Despite a cool summer and a hurricane-filled autumn, many water stocks rose to multiyear highs, aided by a positive results season. Evoqua’s IPO was a further high point.
What were the reasons behind this month’s new record high for the GWI Global Water Index?
The massive infrastructure build-out anticipated for a new economic zone south of Beijing had an unusually uplifting effect on the shares of a select few local water companies.
Abu Dhabi’s water utility has had to step in to prop up the company that owns its desalination plants. With more expansions needed soon, what is the future for Taqa?