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Virtual reality gaming technology helping Yorkshire Water engineers design futuristic sites

Engineers at Yorkshire Water are turning to virtual reality technology developed by The University of Sheffield to help design and visualise new treatment works which could help save the company £1m in design costs by 2020. The university’s Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) has developed virtual reality headsets that allows Yorkshire

Yorkshire Water aims to create “citizen regulation” by publishing operational and service data

In a bid to increase transparency and boost operational performance, Yorkshire Water has announced that it aims to release the majority of its operational and service data by 2020. The company plans to start with critical areas such as leakage and pollution with the first major data release being all leakage

Keyland completes £1m sale of four Yorkshire sites

Keyland Developments Ltd, the property trading arm of Kelda Group and sister-company to Yorkshire Water, has completed almost £1m of site sales to enable the conversion and redevelopment of residential accommodation to be brought forward. The sites at Holme Barn, Hartshead Moor Top, Baildon Reservoir and Thornton Filter House have all

Yorkshire Water appoints energy supplier ENGIE and aims to reduce £53m electricity costs

An energy supply and services partnership between the multi-national energy company ENGIE and Yorkshire Water will see ENGIE deliver a flexible, competitive energy supply to the water company whilst the pair work together to support Yorkshire Water’s sustainable energy strategy.   Last year Yorkshire Water spent £53m on meeting its electricity requirements