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In our latest review of sector coverage across the national newspapers, Ofwat lashes out at the CMA's generous interim determinations as lacking 'explanation, reasoning or analysis'; three water companies are scrutinised for their offshore accounts; and a report from the London School of Economics states 80,000 jobs could be created in the green recovery.
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The countdown may well have begun on the final hours to Brexit, but the clock is ticking on the detail, says Suzanne Heneghan
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As we launch our election 2019 call to a new government, Utility Week magazine editor, Suzanne Heneghan outlines why we need a manifesto for progress.
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Until recently, the climate change message was a study in reasoned, intellectual persuasion but over the past few months the mood music has changed. Suzanne Heneghan discusses how the sector can cut through the acrimony and noise.
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We’ve always known Ovo had big plans – the ambitious poster child of challenger brands and its enigmatic chief executive have always promised nothing less than disruption, says Suzanne Heneghan.
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UK Power Networks (UKPN) has completed work on a new 15MW power supply at RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk as part of a £160 million projects to prepare the airbase for the arrival of new F35 fighter jets from the US.
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There is a once in a generation opportunity for industry to work together with BEIS and Ofgem to change the energy code arrangements for the better, says Elexon's Angela Love
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Innovators are starting to use Enterprise Asset Management Data to improve customer experience. International research and analyst company IDC has mapped the top vendors for supporting this shift.
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It’s one of the most divisive policies among suppliers but what do their customers think of the energy price cap? Suzanne Heneghan reports on the findings of an exclusive Utility Week survey
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