Will the cut in Norwegian interconnector flows bring more energy misery to UK?

The lack of rain could make the Nordic country cut the amount of energy it sends to Britain

Uniper warns over output of coal-fired stations as river evaporates

Lower Rhine River levels mean that the company might need to cut output at a coal fire plant in Germany

1,000 extra UK trees to help communities and hundreds of sites helped with water efficiency – through Water Plus partnership work

The 1,000 trees are on top of the 500 new UK trees the water retailer announced would be planted under its Cleaner Climate Promise – to support communities, biodiversity and habitats.

Millions of customers to be hit by new hosepipe ban

People in Kent and Sussex will reportedly be hit by a new ban from 12th August

Is the UK heading towards a national hosepipe ban?

Government advisers have warned that Britain could face queuing for emergency bottled water “from the back of lorries”

People’s trust in water companies at its lowest point since 2011

The number of people who find that water charges are fair dropped last year, according to a report

Water Plus supports more organisations to save water and money towards more of the essentials – with competition

To help clubs keep future costs down and use water more effectively, Water Plus, the UK’s largest water retailer, is offering sports clubs the chance to win water efficiency devices

Is water from disused coal mines the best alternative to gas boilers?

A £450k project will explore whether mine water from disused coal mines could be used to heat homes and schools

‘Water companies’ pollution performance hits new low’

The Environment Agency claims the level of serious incidents and low ratings has never been so bad

Oyster trial launched by Water Plus to encourage innovation and help improve water quality around the UK, in industry first

A ground-breaking trial is underway involving hundreds of oysters and school pupils to encourage innovative approaches with water