44 articles about "Wessex Water"
Rising debt service bills crimped mid-year profit margins at many of the UK’s water and sewerage companies. A tough price review could put dividends under further pressure.
Severn Trent’s AMP7 tender has reignited debate over the shape of client-contractor relationships in the next asset management period. Some will fare better than others.
New APRs offer a data-driven insight into the performance of water companies in England and Wales, says David Lloyd Owen.
Ofwat chief executive Cathryn Ross has resigned, and will leave the regulator at the end of this year. The timing took the market by surprise, given that the next price review process has just got underway.
The largest water businesses ranked by estimated revenue in 2015. Figures are rounded to the nearest $100 million. Readers are invited to correct any errors and omissions.
The regulator’s final price determinations for 2015-2020 held few surprises for the market when they were announced earlier this month. The sector’s lowest ever cost of capital still leaves room for outperformance.
A circular economy? Wessex Water trials wastewater metering.
The current price review in the UK water sector will mark significant changes to the way in which water companies invest in and operate their assets. A new report from GWI investigates the opportunities and risks.
Only two companies’ business plans have been put forward for fast-track price determinations. Just how transparent was the evaluation process?
Steep rises in pre-tax profits at some of the UK water and sewerage groups were overshadowed by another round of hefty dividend payouts. What are the long-term implications?