Ofwat has announced that it is writing to Anglian Water, SES Water, Thames Water and Yorkshire Water to give them early notice that it has substantial concerns about their proposed costs for maintaining business-as-usual service 'base expenditure' for the period. David Black said the four companies 'have not yet risen to the challenge we have set them'. SES Water is seeking increased costs for providing retail services. The regulator underlined that it expects water companies to make a step change in efficiency by , allowing them to deliver better services for customers, and protect and improve the environment, while at the same time keeping bills low.
Yorkshire invests in smart network to tackle leakage - WWT
To reduce leakage Yorkshire Water will install smart water devices to monitor and analyse pressure changes across the network. The devices will help identify and resolve causes of pressure fluctuations that can cause stresses to the network and lead to leaks or supply interruption. Yorkshire was tasked by Ofwat to reduce leakage by 15 per cent in the PR19 final determination — down from a 25 per cent target at the draft determination stage. The regulator made leakage a priority for all water companies in the business plans and leak detection technology looks set to play a more significant role than ever before to meet targets. Yorkshire is also investing in satellite technology to identify leaks from space.
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