1920 articles in Europe
All but one of the unlisted UK water and sewerage groups reported lower operating profits in 2017/18. What went wrong?
United Utilities intends to impose a hosepipe ban with effect from 5th August, after a prolonged dry spell in the north west of England.
Utilities who can’t – or won’t – share data are part of the problem holding back the digital revolution in water, says David Lloyd Owen.
The Spanish construction group’s water arm has been its saviour. Newly recapitalised, Aqualia is eyeing growth on a number of fronts, general manager Félix Parra tells GWI.
Higher financing costs and performance penalties have taken the edge off the UK results season so far. Who came off worst?
Ofwat’s suggestion that UK water companies share financial outperformance with customers could weaken the sector’s credit quality.
The removal of Cayman Islands financing vehicles from UK water company structures looks like a colossal waste of billpayers’ cash.
A new minority Spanish government with a solid track record in desalination has just been sworn in. How will this translate into desalination opportunities?
The formal termination of the ATLL bulk water concession this month heralds the end of Acciona’s involvement. The company may yet seek compensation.
The EC believes it will take a capital outlay of just €700 million to stimulate a six-fold increase in the volume of urban wastewater reused for agricultural irrigation in the EU. Who will pick up the bill for compliance with its newly proposed regulation?