137 articles about "RWE"
Despite a few wobbles during a frenetic earnings season, sound market fundamentals helped nudge the GWI Americas Index to a new all-time high this month.
PGGM’s stake in Suez marks the start of a new era, says Ian Elkins.
Cape Town delays Day Zero; Hunter Water’s meticulous planning; Thames gives up on desal; Jordan re-thinks Red-Dead plans; Colombian concession attracts international big-hitters; Fixing damaged goods in Spain and Iraq; NJ deals up for renewal; all the latest project news from around the world.
Macquarie has put more than a quarter of Thames Water’s equity on the block as it seeks to wind up the fund housing the bulk of its holding. The process may yet result in an IPO.
This month we take a look at the individuals and families who have made serious money from selling businesses in the water sector. We have excluded transactions where water was just a small part of the business being sold.
Christopher Gasson asks what the fact that water does not seem to give rise to obscene wealth says about the industry.
Water is starting to make waves as a way of assessing financial stability in the corporate debt world. Making water part of the debt analysis model can have environmental as well as financial rewards.
Veolia has become the second European casualty to exit from a Russian water concession. Following Remondis’ exit from Arzamas last autumn, Veolia is understood to have sold its interest in Tomskvodokanal, the water utility serving the Siberian city of Tomsk, to a group of Russian investors headed by Kirill Novozhilov.
Earlier this month, Ireland outlined its plans for water charging ahead of a key August decision by the Commission for Energy Regulation on the level of the republic’s first water bills.
David Lloyd Owen presents his fifteenth annual review of PSP in the international water arena. With a seventh of the world’s population now served by the private sector, what’s next in the market for outsourced services?