This week, we look at MOSL’s latest switching stats. October was a typical month for switching compared to other months this year, with a little over 6,000 supply point identifiers changing hands.
Ofwat and the Consumer Council for Water outlined their joint expectations of retailers in their approach to ensuring customers are treated fairly during the second lockdown period now underway. Ofwat also proposed changes to bulk charges guidance and presented its thinking on asset resilience projects.
Water UK published a Net Zero 2030 Routemap, which sets out the industry’s vision for how to achieve net zero emissions by the end of this decade.
An innovative project involving Welsh Water to convert sewage into zero emission fuel has been given the green light.
Surfers Against Sewage published its 2020 water quality report, revealing that water companies were responsible for almost 3,000 raw sewage pollution incidents at bathing waters in England and Wales from October 2019 to 30 September 2020.
MOSL discussed priority improvement programmes at its CEO Forum last week.
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