Ministers are not travelling light

December 2010
Utility Week;12/3/2010, Vol. 33 Issue 17, p31
Trade Publication
The author reflects on various issues related to the utility sector. According to the author, Great Britain's delegates to the United Nations (UN) Climate Change Conference in Cancun, Mexico will have a total of 46 resulting in numerous air miles that needed to be offset. The author also mentioned a fire false alarms associated with the new biomass-burning heating system installed in the St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic cathedral in Norwich. Artists are sought by Vattenfall to create a piece of art for its centre in Ramsgate Harbour.


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