November 2011
Utility Week;11/11/2011, p4
Trade Publication
This section offers news briefs related to the energy industry in Great Britain as of November 2011 including the launch of a bond offer amounting to 10 million British pounds by independent energy supplier Ecotricity, one on a proposal that would eliminate the country's Infrastructure Planning Commission and one on a quality mark developed by Waterwise for water-saving and efficiency products.


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