July 2009
Utility Week;7/24/2009, p5
Trade Publication
This section offers news briefs from the public utilities sector of Great Britain. It relates the successful refinancing of the existing debt of Electricity North West. Scottish water retailer Business Stream has formed a partnership with insurance broker Marsh for the launching of Emergency Cover, a repair scheme for businesses covering water-related emergencies including plumbing and drainage, electrical and gas pipe faults, heating breakdown and pest infestation. EDF Energy has decided to adapt a salt cavern for fast-cycle underground gas storage.


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