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  • Total US energy consumption of oil, natural gas, coal, nuclear, and hydroelectric is reviewed for 1993 and transportation safety is described and illustrated. Significant expenses to improve industry safety are listed. Results show that 64% of incidents during the period 1970 to 1986 were due to dam...

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  • The energy sector is undergoing fundamental change. The regulatory and market arrangements will need to evolve to ensure this happens in a way that protects and advances consumers’ interests and enables them to benefit from innovation and new services. This document sets out Ofgem's strategy to regu...

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  • This strategy sets out the Uk government's proposals for decarbonising all sectors of the UK economy through the 2020s. It explains how the whole country can benefit from low carbon opportunities, while meeting national and international commitments to tackle climate change. 

  • Ofgem troduced the Incentive on Connections Engagement (ICE) to encourage DNOs to provide a good level of service and engagement to customers who are seeking a connection.By providing a good level of service and engagement, DNOs are enabling new connections to the electricity network. The help enabl...

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  • Compressors on three gas storage facilities in Michican use Ingersol-Rand 410-KVR engines and tests show NOx emissions close to the legislative requirement of 12 g/hp-hr. Engine modifications to reduce NOx emissions by 33% are described. The initial step was to change the engines to a pre-combustion...

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  • From Ofgem's website: One aspect of our work on mandatory half-hourly settlement is to consider whether or not to centralise functions currently performed by supplier agents.As part of starting to develop our evidence base, we are issusing this voluntary Request for Information (RFI). This is primar...

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  • Following their Future Consumer Event earlier this summer in London, Ofgem's CEO Dermot Nolan and Ofgem’s senior leaders invite you to join them on 29 September in Glasgow to explore how innovation in the energy sector is shaping a smarter and more consumer-focused future in Scotland. 

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  • From Ofgem's website:We are developing an Impact Assessment which will form part of the Business Case on the move to mandatory half-hourly settlement. The Impact Assessment will examine the economic aspects of the Business Case.As a first step, we are issuing a voluntary Information Request to gathe...

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  • Data and Communications Company (DCC) is required to report price control information by 31 July, following each regulatory year. It must report in accordance with the Regulatory Instructions and Guidance that Ofgem publishes.   Submit a response to this consultation Please send ...

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