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Economics of Water Report – 3rd Edition

Expanding Global Commerce, Building Water Infrastructure The Panama Canal – which handles 5 percent of the worldwide shipping trade – recently completed a massive $5.2 billion expansion project that doubles its capacity and meets global commerce needs into the next... read more

China-Africa: The Real Figures

The article below comprises extracts from Policy Brief No. 11/2016 coauthored by Jyhjong Hwang (Senior Research Assistant), Dr Deborah Bräutigam (Director) and Janet Eom (Research Manager), Chinese Africa Research Institute (CARI), John Hopkins School of Advanced... read more

Finally! Financial Benchmarks that Make a Difference

Jason Mumm, global director of financial, commercial and risk services: If you are a Fortune 500 company – or indeed any publicly traded firm – and want to know how your enterprise is performing relative to your industry, it’s a simple matter of dialing up... read more

What it Means to “Fund Depreciation”

Jason Mumm, global director of financial, commercial and risk services For many, the financial world is a mysterious place where good people and great ideas go to meet their untimely demise, or worse, an audit. For many utilities, financial constraints loom large and... read more

American Water Summit 2013

By: Brian Jordan Two weeks ago, many members of the Value of Water Coalition attended the American Water Summit in Washington DC. Under the theme “Accelerating Change,” this year’s Summit highlighted key challenges associated with the value of water, including the... read more

Asset Optimization Saves Operating Costs and Defers Capex

MWH Global in New Zealand has worked with Tauranga City Council to optimize the assets at both Chapel Street and Te Maunga Waste Water Treatment Plants to meet the projected wastewater treatment capacity for the city. The following article provides a taste of the... read more

MWH Global and the Australian Federal Budget

With a client base composed primarily of local, regional and federal government, public and private utilities, financial institutions, insurers, and private sector organisations, MWH Global takes a keen interest in the upcoming federal budget and its impacts on our... read more

Small Hydro Transforms Fiji’s Energy Mix

Greg Brown of MWH authors an article in the latest issue of Renewable Energy World on how a policy commitment to small-scale hydro could free the Pacific island nation’s 850,000 residents from relying on high-cost imported diesel for power generation. Click here to... read more
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