October 2011
Utility Week;10/14/2011, p8
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This section offers British news briefs including the appointment of Caroline Flint as shadow secretary of energy and climate change in the Labour shadow cabinet, the 15 million British pound competition that aims to reduce the costs of low-carbon vehicles, and the 20 people rescued by firefighters from a flooded motel in Gloucestershire, England.


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