January 2008
Utility Week;1/18/2008, Vol. 28 Issue 12, p5
Trade Publication
This article reports on the tariff trials being made by water companies in Great Britain. Two more water companies in England are planning to join Folkestone & Dover Water in trialling rising block tariffs. A tariff trial is being designed by Bournemouth Water in consultation with Ofwat and the Consumer Council for Water. Sutton and East Surrey Water also plans to trial metered tariffs for 23,000 customers in the Croydon area in London, England.


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