Ofwat sets out price control options

August 2010
Utility Week;8/6/2010, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports that the British Water Services Authority (Ofwat) has unveiled three price control measures including a default tariff for non-residential customers, a price cap for residential customers, and a global price cap for commercial customers.


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