Energy News

  • How candidates can approach recruiters and land that job!

    / 3 August /
    If you go to a career fair, there are bound to be tons of recruiters and eager students vying for limited positions. However, the big question is, how do you stand out from the other multitude of job seekers?   It is true that not everybody is great at networking and not everybody knows how
  • Only Time Will Tell: The Future of Energy and Water Regulation

    / 20 December /
    It’s no secret that the current landscape of UK energy is long overdue for a change. Recently Dieter Helm, an economist with a concentration in the energy, water, communication, and transport sectors in the UK, released his independent review of UK energy. While many experts hail this review
  • Renewable energy breaks generation record

    / 5 October /
    According to the latest government figures, renewable energy accounted for almost 30% of all the electricity generated inthe UK between April and JuneStatistics published yesterday in the latest energy trends report by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) shows a

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  • New Barhale / Doosan JV secures double award

    / 2 August /
    The joint venture, which brings together two of the UK’s leading water sector specialist contractors, will undertake infrastructure and non-infrastructure capital projects through the framework including, in the case of Lot 2, civils-led and, under Lot 3, MEICA-led work. Severn Trent, which
  • Thames Water gets ready to tender £2.6bn AMP7 construction work contracts

    / 24 June /
    Thames' draft AMP7 plan includes a number of complex projects, significant programmes and anticipates a potential increased volume in maintenance activity in response to changing customer and stakeholder needs, population growth and a changing environment. Thames has set out details of the proposed
  • MWH Treatment wins Severn Trent AMP7 framework contracts

    / 25 June /
    We are pleased to hear that our client water sector specialist MWH Treatment has been awarded a place on Severn Trent’s AMP7. The agreement extends an existing 20-year relationship and MWH Treatment (MWHT) will develop and deliver a share of the £2 billion capital works programme,