Five green things we learnt this week - The drought is over but your water woes are not

Jessica Shankleman
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From plans to open up the water market to more solar sector legal battles, BusinessGreen runs down the week in green

New companies could flood the water market After two incredibly dry winters, the UK experienced the wettest June on record, swiftly bringing an official end to the drought and sadly forcing some regions...

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