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10/29/2017

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PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (AP) — The Latest on the Pyeongchang Olympics (all times local): 11:05 p.m. The U.S. women's hockey team ended a 20-year gold medal drought by beating archrival Canada 3-2 in a shootout thriller on Day 13 of the Pyeongchang

Cape Town pushes Day Zero back to June 4 as South Africa declares a national disaster due to drought. A recent study found that 3 to 10 percent of United States water systems have been in violation of federal Safe Drinking Water Act health stan
All Africa
2/19/2018

[Times of Zambia] The National Water Supply and Sanitation Council (NWASCO) has granted applications of no objection to implement approved water tariffs for 2018 to five water utility companies.
Utility Week
2/19/2018

The industry has countered media claims that smart meters will leave homes vulnerable to cyber attacks.  The post Smart meters ‘one of the safest pieces of tech in your home’ appeared first on Utility Week.
Utility Week
2/19/2018

Capping default tariffs sounds like a straightforward task, but a BEIS committee report has found it is anything but. David Blackman reports. The post Price cap paradoxes appeared first on Utility Week.
Utility Week
2/19/2018

The post United Utilities to ‘break down barriers’ for innovative ideas appeared first on Utility Week.
Utility Week
2/19/2018

Local Authorities across Sussex have partnered a local energy company to deliver a new initiative to encourage customers to switch energy suppliers. The post Council-backed local energy partnership launched in Sussex appeared first on Utility Week.

Acute water shortage has hit Kakamega, Mombasa and Migori counties, among others. In Kakamega, a drop in water level in River Isiukhu due to the current dry spell has disrupted supply to residential

Some 27. 5 million people are in dire need of food aid in 10 African countries due to drought, officials announced last week. Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) Climate Prediction and

The Kenyan Energy Cabinet Secretary, Charles Keter, has indicated that government will be forced to use more thermal power to meet the current demands. Keter said this while on a tour of the Sondu-Miriu

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10/29/2017

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