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New pylons could be used for Hinkley Point power line
The National Grid is testing new pylons to see if they could be used to take power from the proposed nuclear reactors at Hinkley Point.
Suffolk-Essex power cable decision announced
National Grid is announcing today which parts of a new 400,000v electricity connection between Suffolk and Essex it plans to bury underground.
Tesco Bank shuts 5% bonds early, after income-hungry investors rush to buy
Direct corporate bonds have proved a small but popular niche for investors in recent years, with bonds from names such as National Grid, Provident Financial and BT, also proving popular. Now Tesco has returned to tap up investors for more cash, with ...
Somerset food waste to provide energy for homes
We're going to be generating electricity which can go into the National Grid. We have the potential of using the gas in the future, either directly into the national gas grid or even using it to run some of our vehicles.
Decommissioning of one of the region's nuclear power stations continues
For 40 years it supplied 60 billion units of electricity to the National Grid - enough to supply the whole of the UK for 6 months.
Trunki to be produced in Devon factory
Fresh out of the mould on Wednesday morning the first sections of the Trunki children's suitcases were coming off the Devon production line at one every 45 seconds.
Tidal turbine powers up in Orkney
Scottish Power Renewables fitted their HS1000 turbine at the end of last year and it has already been hooked up to the grid and is powering the Orkney Island of Eday. The 1MW machine is weighed down on the seabed 50 metres below the surface of a ...
Berkshire's PacifiCorp Must Pay $131 Million to USA Power
... cubic meters (635 million cubic feet) a day, or 15 percent, from a year earlier, according to a forecast released Friday by U.K.
Stuxnet-Like Viruses Remain a Top US Security Risk
Last week, the Department of Homeland Security revealed a rash of cyber attacks on natural gas pipeline companies. Just as with previous cyber attacks on infrastructure, there was no known physical damage.
Smart-Meter Defiance Slows $29 Billion US Grid Upgrade
“Charging fees for opting out is pretty outrageous,” Charles Acquard, executive director of National Association of State Utility Consumer Advocates, which represents 44 consumer groups in 40 states, said by telephone.