Wales pushes for energy powers

Milne, Roger
July 2011
Utility Week;7/8/2011, Vol. 34 Issue 26, p13
Trade Publication
The article discusses the position of the British Parliament in relation to the utilities market. It examines the administrations in Great Britain which have issues with the regulation of utilities including Wales and the Scottish Government. It describes the concerns of the members of Parliament on the price of the Thames Tideway Tunnel. It details the issues with the shale gas development in Great Britain.


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