V1 and V2 UKWIR/ Environment Agency - Economics of Demand Management
ISBN: 1 84057 034 2
Establishes a framework for UK water suppliers and their regulators, balancing demand management with water supply investment and operational options. Demand management is fully defined and broken down into resource, production, distribution and customer- side management. The first part deals with the problem, the options and the solutions. The second part is a worked hypothetical example, designed to involve most options.
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