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EBRD steps up its green economy transition as water lending rises to record levels Vol 19, Issue 3 (March 2018)
A growing emphasis on environmental sustainability underpinned an impressive array of big-ticket deals for the bank last year. It is getting increasingly smart when it comes to maximising the impact of its water investments.
The EBRD is not the first multilateral to rise to the challenge of helping refugees and their host communities. Water and wastewater infrastructure are a primary focus.
A new funding round will enable the decentralised plant supplier to take its home-grown digital offering to a wider audience.
New figures presented last month show the benefits of a single regulator for water in Italy. A strategic national vision is still missing.
The German group is looking to sell its ion exchange and membrane treatment businesses. One is growing much faster than the other.
David Lloyd Owen looks at investment in beachside clean-ups, and how it may not be paying off in terms of tackling illness.
AIM-listed leak detection specialist Water Intelligence has raised £4.2 million via a placing and subscription, whilst agreeing to buy out two of its American Leak Detection franchises in the United States for $1.9 million.
Suez shareholders were forced to re-calibrate their expectations on growth after a profit warning last month. How deeply has faith in the current management team been shaken?
The dramatic drop in the UK water sector’s weighted average cost of capital in 2020 could translate into a significant loss of revenue.
Companies are trying to wean themselves off a past reliance on cheap EIB funding.