May 2008
Utility Week;5/23/2008, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p4
Trade Publication
This section offers news briefs relevant to the utility industry. The Scottish government overturned a decision by a planning authority in the Scottish Borders to refuse a ten-turbine wind scheme proposed by Airtricity near Selkirk. BG Group signed an agreement with Samsung Heavy Industries for the delivery of two liquefied natural gas ships. Six European utilities, including Eon UK, Electrabel-Suez and Endesa, are sharing the cost of taking Westinghouse's AP1000 nuclear reactor design through a licensing process.


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