By: Robyn McGuckin; principal management consultant and Dennis Pungitore; renewable energy consultant This post discusses some of the challenges specific to the project development phase of small renewable energy projects, and the mechanisms available to overcome these challenges. Project development is where … Continue reading
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 clients … Continue reading
MWH Technical Director of Pipeline Engineering across Europe and Africa, Sandra Rolfe-Dickinson examines how regulation, carbon footprint, and costpressures are increasingly challenging clients and their suppliers to create new andsustainable ways that will deliver cost effective short – and long-term … Continue reading
by John Hobson Climate change sceptics are united in their disbelief that mankind is capable of causing what science indicates is a potentially catastrophic global trend.
In an effort to continue its input to the discourse on infrastructure, MWH commissioned a piece of independent research of Australian households
Water sustainability remains one of the most pressing issues facing Australia, and wise water management makes up a significant part of the MWH mission of Building a Better World.
by Bob Smith The annual mid-year meeting of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) was attended by 2,900 participants in Bonn, Germany between 31 May and 11 June 2010.