Fresh call for joint US-Israel clean energy technology proposals

The two countries are providing $4m in funding for innovative technologies to tackle climate change

Water meters to be made compulsory for millions of households?

Reports claim nearly six million homeowners could soon be forced to install a water meter

COP26: US to stop methane leaks from oil and gas wells later today

The country is expected to announce new measures to tackle methane emissions at the summit, which are responsible for a third of human-induced global warming

Thames Water ties with British Gas on water saving drive

The partnership will see British Gas offering its plumbing and drainage services to Thames Water’s customers

Thames Water hits half a million smart meter milestone

Its rollout, which currently covers London and the village of Haslemere, near Guildford, is the biggest smart water meter programme in the UK

Water company chiefs challenged on environmental performance

Environment Minister Rebecca Pow said while water companies coped well under increased pressure during the lockdown, she made clear much stronger action is needed on environmental priorities

Affinity Water achieves industry’s ‘largest leakage reduction’

The 15% fall has been achieved for the five years to March 2020, in addition to achieving the lowest ever levels of leakage for 2019/20

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Water companies commit to triple leak reduction rate

Water UK says companies across England have agreed on a series of pledges to do more to benefit consumers, improve services and safeguard the environment

Ofwat agrees price cuts for water bills with three suppliers

Severn Trent Water, South West Water and United Utilities customers will see reductions of between £18 and £43

Thames Water invests £200m to tackle leakage issues

The programme is expected to save the equivalent of 172 Olympic swimming pools of water a day