June 2009
Utility Week;6/26/2009, p5
Trade Publication
This section offers news briefs in the utility industry. A memorandum of understanding to develop and implement greenhouse gas reduction projects globally has been signed by Dow Chemical Company and Gazprom Marketing and Trading. Papers on future regulation of the electricity markets have been jointly issued by energy regulators in the Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland. Three new contracts have been received by cable supplier Prysmian for upgrading and developing extra high-voltage power transmission systems in the Netherlands and Germany.


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