$5.3 Billion in Contracts for U.K. Electricity Grid Work

November 2006
ENR: Engineering News-Record;11/6/2006, Vol. 257 Issue 18, p17
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The article reports that five-year alliance contracts together worth around $5.3 billion have been awarded to upgrade and expand aging English and Welsh electricity transmission networks. Work will include building links to the increasing number of wind farms in Great Britain and also to new generating plants. National Grid plc, of London, England, will negotiate with six joint ventures on final details of the contracts.


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