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A second year of below-average rainfall puts the focus on improving water efficiency – for water companies and their customers alike.
Cleantech and Green Stocks: Déjà vu?
* American Water has a new CEO and a new determination to pursue an IPO rather than a private equity led buy-out as its preferred exit from its German parent RWE. The new man in charge is Don Correll, a seasoned expert in regulatory warfare (see story p18).
Alison Ireland on making the most of the Global Water Awards.
This is the last year we’ll see the big three post results together.
* Scottish Water is under immense pressure after the resignation of its Chair, Alan Alexander, on 20 February.
As the dry spell continues, England will come to terms with metering.
Yorkshire Water’s parent company is pleased not to have lost its shirt. Macquarie is looking for a long-term hold.
* UK water provider, Severn Trent will refund the £7 million overcharged to customers.
RWE expects a flat year for Thames and American Water: the real challenge will be dealing with the regulators as the companies are prepared for sale.