Water industry

PwC indepth analysis on 'raising the bar' - Ofwat PR19 Draft Methodology

The water industry has now had an opportunity to consider Ofwat’s draft methodology for the next water industry price review (PR19). While the ask of water and sewerage firms is clearer, many companies will find it a much more challenging price control process than before - even Ofwat has acknowledged how hard it will be for companies to meet its high standards.


Report: Household retail competition and market liberalisation

This report considers lessons learned for the water and sewerage sectors in England from other sectors, focusing on household customers.


6 things to consider in your response to Totex price controls in AMP6

What does good look like in the water sector over the coming years? We set out 5 things we have seen done well to respond to this challenge.


The Long View: Opportunities for transformation of the water industry

The water industry will undergo profound changes in the coming years, driven by a progressive regulatory agenda, climate change, changing customer attitudes and the deployment of digital technology.


PwC article in Institute of Water, Spring 2016, Issue 189

Richard Laikin and Matteo Guarnerio discuss the importance of listening to consumers and delivering the services that matter to them – P85


The Long View - future challenges of the water and wastewater sectors

The Long View paper looks at the future challenges of the water and wastewater industry through six predicted scenarios.
[10-05-2016]


Roadmap to reform in the Water sector issue 4, November 2015

Our fourth issue of the roadmap sets out the main activities, policy development and consultations that will take place in the run up to planned reforms in the sector:
[02-12-2015]


Turning the tap on AMP6: Building an effective roadmap

Turning the tap on AMP6: Building an effective roadmap
[03-06-2015]


Roadmap to reform of UK water sector – September 2014

A timeline of the government’s water reforms with key decisions and actions for the water sector.
[31-08-2014]


CCWater: Lessons learned

A cross-sectoral study of issues that have been detrimental or a risk to customers through the introduction of market reform.
[06-08-2014]


Ten tips to manage commodity risk for competitive advantage

Users of commodities face being squeezed from all directions including; price volatility, complexity in the market, producers, traders, and customers. Organisations need to determine how to respond and create and implement the right strategy and agree with multiple stakeholders collectively to agree the way forward.
[05-09-2013]


Expertise on tap – We are serving the water sector

This publication describes how our UK Watergroup serves the sector through our strong and reliable network of dedicated industry experts.
[12-06-2013]


Getting ready for the Asset Management Programme 6 (AMP6) – Delivering Capex Programmes in the Water Sector

Insight into the issues and challenges faced by the Industry in delivery of the AMP5 Capex programme and preparing for AMP6
[16-01-2013]


Roadmap to reform of the UK water sector

A timeline of the government’s water reforms with key decision and actions for the water sector.
[16-10-2012]


The draft Water Bill: key themes and issues

Analysis of key commercial issues arising from the UK Government’s draft Water Bill.
[11-10-2012]


Roadmap to reform of the UK water sector - 1st edition

A timeline of the government’s water reforms with key decisions and actions for the water sector.
[11-09-2012]