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How will you use your energy in the future? Today, most of us are passive consumers. However, things are changing. The way we consume, generate and use our electricity is being shaped by the rise in new technology such as smart meters along with the rapid rise in renewable energy generation and domestic energy storage, putting you firmly in charge of how and when you use energy.

Join me for a Live Q&A on the 5th September 2017

Join me for a Live Q&A on the 5th September 2017

Posted on 31 August 2017 03:48 PM by Hatto1B

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I will be answering questions about our transition from a Distribution Network Operator (DNO) to a Distribution System Operator (DSO).

Celebrating International Women in Engineering Day 2017
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Today is International Women in Engineering Day #INWED17

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Load safe – Deliver safe – Go home safe

Posted on 19 May 2017 01:52 PM by forbe1r

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Before you go on to site, set up or start work, always Look Up, Look Out for overhead electricity wires. Read more tips...

cotte1j

Claiming compensation due to a power cut

Posted on 27 February 2017 09:04 AM by cotte1j

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Even though power cuts are rare they can, and do, happen for a variety of reasons. For example severe weather conditions or another contractor damaging our underground cables could cause a loss of power.

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