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A consortium comprising PwC, Curtis, Castalia and Mott MacDonald is understood to have been appointed to advise Oman’s Nama Holding on the restructuring of the country’s water and wastewater utility bodies. The process is aimed at making the sector more financially sustainable.
Rexnord has announced that it is selling its VAG valves unit, and discussions are understood to be underway with a number of interested parties. VAG generated $215 million of sales in 2017.
A newly formed joint venture between Kinetix Corporate Finance and Critchleys will focus on environmental technologies in the spheres of energy, water and food resource efficiency.
Companies are trying to wean themselves off a past reliance on cheap EIB funding.
Canadian pension fund OMERS Infrastructure has agreed to increase its stake in Thames Water to around 32%.
Hamas-Fatah Authority detente raises hopes for Gaza desalination planners Vol 19, Issue 2 (February 2018)
A political breakthrough could mean movement on crucial infrastructure in one of the most water-starved places on earth.
Dhaka’s utility turns its focus to wastewater after water supply turnaround Vol 19, Issue 1 (January 2018)
As DWASA rides the wave of development finance from water to wastewater coverage, GWI finds out where the opportunities are, and what’s next for the Bangladeshi capital.
The EIB is proposing to invest €50 million in the €200 million Pearl Environmental Infrastructure Fund, which plans to invest in wastewater treatment plants, energy efficiency facilities and waste-to energy installations in Europe.
Kigali looks to spur development with first piped wastewater breakthrough Vol 18, Issue 11 (November 2017)
The new central sewerage project lined up for the Rwandan capital marks a breakthrough for the government and the international donors backing it. It also marks a step back for water PPPs in the east African country.
The first green bond to emerge from the UK water sector attracted £800 million of appetite from investors keen to see their money put to work funding projects which mitigate and adapt to climate change. Was it worth all the trouble?