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The London-based infrastructure investor has taken on both regulated and non-regulated water assets in the UK. Where can it go next?
An opportunistic acquisition has brought the company a new blue-chip client base.
A new funding round will enable university spin-out Oxford Flow to reach a larger customer base. It is already eyeing more capital.
While desal projects dragged the ‘green’ component of a new bond down, a hydro-powered reuse plant in Peru achieved a perfect 100.
The regulator’s incumbent chairman was one of the major beneficiaries of financial engineering when he served as CEO of Anglian Water. Now he is under pressure from government to ensure companies share any financial outperformance with customers.
Suez Ventures has taken a stake in digital water start-up Hydrelis, which measures and controls water leakage in buildings using machine learning technology.
Smartphones can address the data drought holding back the achievement of contamination targets, says David Lloyd Owen.
The 2017 results were dreary, but the way is now open to return to profitable growth. GWI speaks to Suez top brass about how the reorganised company fits together.
Marie-Ange Debon explains how the Suez Water Technologies & Solutions division will work.
Christopher Gasson looks at the imperfect logic of Suez’s latest restructuring, and looks for the upside that investors so badly need.