(7 January 2010) EPSU commented on the Smart Meters 2009 Status Review of the European Regulators Group for Electricity and Gas. Please find it here: EPSU Comments smart metersFor more information of the work of ERGEG on smart meters
(17 February 2011) The trade unions discussed the implications of climate change on public services and in particular on energy, water and waste. The [recommendations of a study->http://www.epsu.org/IMG/pdf/PP-dupressoir-confsept-final.pdf] were debated and approved. Trade unions are concerned that
Right to Water and Sanitation must be put into action! Universal access is a government responsibility!
(29 August 2011) When talking about environmental services, people think of waste management, renewable energy or water supply, but far less of recycling, river basin management or forest management and flood protection. Environmental services are a growth industry. Public Services unions must be
(August 2016) A new booklet of EPSU describes in short chapters why the idea that privatisation brings benefits to people, workers and public authorities is a myth. It argues that:Public ownership is normal and widespread – and for good reasonsMany municipalities and countries terminate the water