Leaking pipe
Yorkshire Water to break world record for… acoustic ears?

The utility aims to install 34,000 auditory devices into its underground pipe network to listen out for leaks

Water
Thames Water reassures investors regarding possible Labour future

The utility has added a new clause to bonds meaning investors will be able to quickly get their money back if the utility is nationalised

Thames Tideway Tunnel is now 40% complete

Tideway has increased its estimate of total costs for the super sewer by 8%, bringing the total up to £3.8 billion

Regulators team up to support water infrastructure projects

The new alliance brings together Ofwat, the Environment Agency and Drinking Water Inspectorate to follow a range of projects for inter-regional water transfer and other joint projects

Got an innovative tech to tackle water issues?

United Utilities has launched its second Innovation Lab to test, develop and demonstrate new products or services

Qatar’s second largest power plant fired up

The Umm Al Houl power station is expected to deliver almost a quarter of the country’s electricity

Infant formula producer to milk energy savings with new sustainable facility

Danone’s €240m plant in the Netherlands is powered by 100% renewable energy

‘Water market isn’t fundamentally flawed, it just needs time to evolve’

That’s the verdict from Tony McHardy, Corporate Director at Water Plus, who spoke to ELN Editor Sumit Bose at this year’s Energy Live Consultancy Conference at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester.

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

Tap running dry
England ‘could face water shortages within 25 years’

Sir James Bevan, CEO of the Environment Agency, warns the future is bleak unless action is taken now