October 2009
Utility Week;10/23/2009, Issue 17, p2
Trade Publication
This section offers news briefs in Great Britain's utility sector. Good Energy's fuel mix disclosure figures for 2008 indicated it remained the sole supplier of 100% renewable energy in Great Britain. The customer base of First Utility has tripled to 30,000 following the appointment of National Grid's Onstream as its meter installation partner. Institute of Water is the new name of the Institution of Water Officers.


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