Parties plan for intervention

Milne, Roger
October 2009
Utility Week;10/16/2009, Vol. 31 Issue 16, p9
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plan of the British Conservative and Labor parties to be involved in intervention plans concerning the energy issues in Great Britain such as the introduction of an energy bill that will help pay for cleaner coal power stations in October 2009.


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