September 2011
Utility Week;9/2/2011, p8
Trade Publication
This section offers news briefs on the utility industry in Great Britain. Electricity distribution network operators have expressed concerns over the effect of the simplification of energy tariff structures. Smart grid and demand side management company Cyclo Systems International (CSI) has been acquired by Gazprom. Electricity bills are projected to increase in October 2011, according to supplier Power N1.


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