Commenting on today’s announcement by Ofgem making energy suppliers give 30 days advance notice of price rises, Energy and Climate Change Secretary Chris Huhne said:
“It’s only right that consumers are told in advance of energy price increases. Most companies heard what Government and Ofgem were saying and gave their customers some advance notice when bills went up recently.
'These new rules from Ofgem will mean that everyone will now get a fair deal and will know at least 30 days in advance before any bill increases kick in.”
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Carlos Cosín, CEO, Almar Water Solutions and Former President, International Desalination Association (IDA) has successfully moderated the United Nations General Assembly Water Conference Side Event: Incorporating Non-Conventional Water Resources into Integrated Water Resources Management. The event was organized by the IDA and the Spanish Minister for the Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge and took place at the Instituto Cervantes in New York, USA.
The discussion included key messages for...
New data from a global survey conducted and commissioned by Ecolab, a global sustainability leader offering water, hygiene and infection prevention solutions and services, has revealed high consumer expectations for the role of companies in water access and conservation.
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74% of consumers believe businesses should make conserving water a high or essential priority;
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