Man on a wire -- no, seriously�

March 2010
Utility Week;3/12/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p31
Trade Publication
The article covers issues related to public utilities. The city of Dongguan of Guangdong province in China was without power four hours when citizen Xiang Jun performed a high-wire act on overhead power cables. A protest was launched against the plan of Horizon to build a nuclear power plant in Shepperdine, England. It mentions the concerns raised about the limited time left to pass the British Flood and Water Management Bill.


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