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  • All 250,000 analogue electricity meters on the Island of Malta will be replaced by new smart electronic devices as part of a €70mn smart grid programme to eventually establish a ‘smart utility’ system. The Maltese national electricity and water utilities - Enemalta Coporation (EMC) and Water Se...

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  • Following its acquisition of Yorkshire Electricity Distribution, CE Electric UK has signed a contract with GE Energy to install the ENMAC™ distribution management software system, which is already in operation at Yorkshire’s sister company Northern Electric Distribution. ‘Once the two systems ...

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  • National Grid is forecasting that the UK’s peak electricity demand could be less than expected this winter due to a drop in industrial demand. Published figures suggest that this winter’s normal weather peak demand will be around 500 MW less than previously forecast, at 58.4 GW instead of 58.9 GW, a...

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  • On 5 July 2004 Powergen, the UK’s largest electricity supplier to the business sector, will take the brand name of its German owner E.On. ‘This will help Powergen to tap into a powerful pan-European brand and overcome its electricity-only image,’ comments analyst Datamonitor. ‘With the UK set to bec...

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  • Investment in low-carbon, large-scale sources of electricity - from tidal to nuclear to clean coal - are key to future energy policy in the UK, recommends a new report published by the Council for Science and Technology (CST). The report - entitled An Electricity Supply Strategy for the UK - is avai...

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  • UK electricity is the third most expensive in Europe, after Denmark and Italy, with prices having risen by 41.4% over the last year, and by 80.5% since 2001, according to utility cost management firm NUS Consulting Group. In the last 12 months, wholesale electricity prices in the UK rose from 4.1725...

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  • British Gas has committed to reduce its carbon intensity for electricity generated to its customers from its own power stations by a further 11% to 2020. The company claims to already have a lower carbon intensity than the five other major energy suppliers in the UK, with the next lowest emitting su...

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  • BT has signed what is claimed to be the UK's largest green electricity contract - for 2,1 TWh, which will cover almost all of BT’s UK demand over three years - with RWE npower and Centrica. Although the deal represents an important step forward and a strong piece of PR for the environmental lobby, r...

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  • The carbon-constrained future is here now. The world’s largest greenhouse gas emissions trading system comes into force this month and, while the extra red tape and cost that this will bring could pose a threat to business - particularly so against a background of significant increases in gas and el...

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  • The use of expert system process advisors is recommended for solving problems encountered by oil company management. The expert systems provide advice on process variables that are not under closed-loop control. Examples are louvre adjustment, turning fans on and off, opening bypasses, calalyst addi...

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