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  • Nottingham Council seeks self-supply retail water licence

    Nottingham City Council has submitted an application to Ofwat for a self-supply licence that would allow it to provide its own retail water services. The move is expected to enable the council to access wholesale water prices and secure cost savings of 10% a year, alongside the introduction of a Water Efficiency Loan Scheme (WELS) […]

    Posted at March 7, 2019 » By : » Categories : News » Comments Off on Nottingham Council seeks self-supply retail water licence
  • NIC seeks views on future of infrastructure resilience

    The National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) is inviting views on the resilience of the UK’s infrastructure network. It has launched a consultation as part of its new study, commissioned by the Treasury, which will examine the actions that should be taken by government to ensure the nation’s infrastructure can cope with future changes, disruptions and shocks. […]

    Posted at March 6, 2019 » By : » Categories : News » Comments Off on NIC seeks views on future of infrastructure resilience
  • Nissan LEAF becomes first EV to sell more than 400,000 units

    More than 400,000 Nissan LEAFs have now sold, making it the best-selling electric vehicle (EV) of all time. The Japanese carmaker isn’t going to slow down down after hitting the new milestone – it has announced the LEAF will go on sale in more than a dozen new markets this year. Originally introduced in 2010, […]

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