UK water company hit by cyber attack

The parent company of South Staffs Water and Cambridge Water has said it is dealing with disruption in its IT network

‘Nearly 20m people could face hosepipe ban’

Thames Water and South West Water might soon introduce water-use restrictions to limit their exposure to the driest summer since 1976

Kent firm fined £13k for trying to illegally export dirty nappies among plastic waste to Turkey

P&D Material Recovery filled 11 containers with plastic contaminated with banned waste, including condoms, sanitary towels, cotton buds, glass and textiles including old underwear, at Chatham Dockyard in Gillingham

Council takes £150 energy rebate from residents’ accounts

People have been charged due to an “error”

Joint venture to oversee Germany/UK interconnector

Arup and Fichtner will provide project services to the project that will directly link UK and German electricity grids for the first time

Kent and CGG join for carbon capture and hydrogen projects

This follows Kent’s involvement in the HyNet project in the UK

Russian gas tankers refused by UK dockers

Workers at Grain LNG have upheld the government’s decision to ban Russian vessels from entering the UK, in their support of Ukrainian people

UK pledges to ‘build its greenest road ever built’

National Highways said it will use the Lower Thames Crossing project as ‘carbon-neutral’ construction pathfinder

National Grid futureproofs its assets with greener insulating gas

As part of a pilot project, insulating gas SF6 has been replaced with an alternative greener gas in existing equipment

National Grid finishes first major power line to be built in Kent since 1961

The project supports the subsea power interconnector that links the UK and Belgium