Will milestones keep companies oncourse?

June 2015
Utility Week;6/5/2015, p17
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the consideration to the two possible approaches to make sure that market opening in Great Britain stays on track. It mentions the self-assurance programme approach in which the regulator must allow the companies to monitor their own progress. The promise of Ofwat to establish a series of independent gateway reviews of the Open Water programme is also emphasized.


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