Welsh Water gives ?29m to customers

February 2009
Utility Week;2/20/2009, Vol. 30 Issue 8, p37
Trade Publication
This article announces the increase in Welsh Water's annual customer dividend. The dividend increase will lead to a reduction in customers' annual bills during the week of February 20, 2009. Half the discount will be given to customers receiving a single service. According to Finance Director Chris Jones, they can finance their current £1.4 billion investment and return benefits to customers via the dividend due to continued improvement in efficiency and cost reductions.


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