Non-domestic water retail

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Ofwat has rejected calls to change its charging rules to let appellant companies implement whatever ruling the CMA determines from April 2021. The updated charges will now not come into place until 2022.
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United Utilities is offering retailers a payment to fill in and correct data in the non-household market operating system (CMOS) about business premises vacancies.
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Managing water resources to prevent flooding or droughts is a national concern and regional planning groups are bringing together their work to inform the bigger picture. Ruth Williams looks at the work underway to map out needs for the rest of the century.
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The first round of Ofwat's innovation competition kicks off today with the Innovation in Water Challenge, inviting ideas and pitches from within and outside the water sector with a chance to win up £250,000 of development funds.
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To address some of the problematic elements of decarbonisation in the water sector, this virtual innovation festival jointly hosted by Anglian, Yorkshire and Essex & Suffolk will look towards COP26
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As part of our Countdown to COP campaign, Utility Week speaks to Iain McGuffog, director of strategy & regulation at Bristol Water. He discusses the importance of a community-led approach to reaching net zero, opportunities under Brexit and why some failures will be inevitable if ambition and innovation are truly stretching.
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Portsmouth and Southern will publicly sign their bulk supply agreement today, marking an historic milestone for both companies. Chief executive Bob Taylor talks to Utility Week about how Havant Thicket exemplifies the water-only company's growing role in regional water resource planning.
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South West, Bournemouth, South Staffs and Cambridge's non-household water businesses have been renamed as Source for Business to create a national identity for the brand.
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The judging panel for Ofwat's much anticipated Innovation in Water Challenge has been named. The eight experts from the water sector and related industries will judge a Dragons' Den style pitching competition
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After parts of the UK saw the lowest temperatures recorded in a century this week, Utility Week asks how ready is the water sector for another big thaw?
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The role that the non-household water sector will play in developing water resource management plans and driving greater efficiencies has been set out in an action plan by wholesalers and retailers.
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Bristol Water’s wholesale division was voted the best performer by retailers in the inaugural R-Mex ratings and was consistently high in the preceding league tables. The company built the division to be customer-centric and is now applying that formula to the wider business. Chief operating officer Richard Price talks to Utility Week about what’s been achieved and what’s next in the strategy.
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Thames has begun a trial using smart technology that monitors sewers and alerts the company if problems emerge before they cause blockages.
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Non-domestic water retailers will not face market performance charge penalties until the end of the financial year due to lockdown conditions, however operator charges will remain and temporary vacancy flags will not be reinstated.
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Managing water resources to prevent flooding or droughts is a national concern and regional planning groups are bringing together their work to inform the bigger picture. Ruth Williams looks at the work underway to map out needs for the rest of the century.
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