We are still smiling from the news that we just won the accolade of ‘Water Management Service of the Year’ in the Corporate LiveWire London Prestige Awards 2019/20.
Competitive retail water & sewerage to England’s 1.2 million non-household customers is ready for Business
From April 2017, all business customers and public sector, charitable and not-for-profit organisations of providers based mainly or wholly in England will be able to choose their water and sewerage retailer.
Update on preparations to introduce competition to the non-household customer retail water market in England from from Cathryn Ross, Chief Executive, Ofwat.
The Open Water programme has now released its Market Architecture Plan 2. This sets out key recommendations on the new market.
Whilst there is still a lot of work to do before the market opens, we welcome the document as a key milestone in its delivery.
Following the huge success in the UK over the last 3 years, WatertecAMR has expanded and is now operating throughout Europe , and early indications are showing no slowdown in customer interest, customer feedback has been excellent as the latest case study attached demonstrates.
Last week you ran a piece about how water meters can save you money, but I have found that whenever water companies extol the advantages of having a water meter installed they conveniently omit to tell you what happens in the event of water being lost from a leak between the meter and your house.