WICS considers longer review period

June 2007
Utility Week;6/1/2007, Vol. 27 Issue 10, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports on the decision of the Water Industry Commission for Scotland (WICS) to extend the price review periods for Scottish Water. WICS will set new restrictions on Scottish Water's charges to licensed retailers. It states that a series of default tariffs will be enforced separately under the license conditions of the retailers.


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