Northumbrian and Welsh Water team up for smart meter trial to reduce leaks and bills

They are working with internet experts B4T to trial its Jellyfish device clips on to existing water meters

Not switching water supplier ‘could drain £300m from businesses’ budget’

A new study finds that just 15% of the UK’s businesses have switched water supplier

Thames Water to pay out £11m to businesses over bill failures

Ofwat found the data used to calculate the invoices for nearly 14,000 water supply points were incorrect, which resulted in some business customers being overcharged

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 bills drop by a drip! £2 saving from April

Water bills are estimated to be at the same level as a decade ago

Major review launched into water affordability in the UK

The Consumer Council for Water will work with organisations from across industry and beyond to identify new opportunities to make sure households in financially vulnerable circumstances get the help they need

Brits ‘spend more on tech services than on utility bills’

The average consumer will spend almost £1m across a period of 63 years on gas, electricity, water, their phone and other bills, according to a report

Almost three million Brits are ‘behind on energy bills due to Covid-19’

Citizens Advice says one-in-three black people are struggling to pay one or more bills, compared to one-in-eight white people

One-in-eight consumers in Wales ‘struggle to afford their water bill’

Just a tenth of households are aware of support schemes to financially help customers, a new report shows

‘Water sector could feel more pressure in post-coronavirus era’

That’s the suggestion from Josh Gill, CEO at Everflow Group who spoke to ELN about how the pandemic is affecting the water market