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Monthly Archives: March 2008

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The Plogg Device:

admin March 27, 2008

Cambridge based Zigbee specialist, Ember has teamed up with Energy Optimisers in Grimsby to develop a new wireless plug-in electricity meter that the partners say could help companies and households shave hundreds to thousands of pounds off their electricity bills. The device, called the plogg, allows home and building owners to monitor how much electricity… Continue Reading »

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LNG Gas Problems:

admin March 26, 2008

Global demand is forcing LNG suppliers to divert tankers from Britain to countries happy to pay more, which will have knock-on effects on homeowners’ power costs. When the Ramdane Abane set sail from the Algerian port of Arzew on February 5 with a £15m shipment of liquefied natural gas, the captain thought he was heading… Continue Reading »

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British Energy Bid:

admin March 24, 2008

Gas and electricity giant Centrica is reported to be examining a £10 billion bid for nuclear power generator British Energy. British Gas owner Centrica hopes it can provide a “British solution” for the future of the energy provider, which last week confirmed it was in talks with potential suitors, the Sunday Times said. Among the… Continue Reading »

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Gazprom & TruRead:

admin March 23, 2008

Gazprom, the world’s biggest gas group, has bought a stake in a British smart meter supply company, hoping the energy efficiency product will make its supplies more attractive to UK customers. The Russian company, which yesterday ended another damaging stand-off with Ukraine over wholesale gas supplies, said the stake in TruRead would help it “differentiate”… Continue Reading »

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British Energy:

admin March 23, 2008

British Energy is in talks with a number of rivals, which could lead to a tie-up or a takeover offer that some say would value the country’s main nuclear power generator at more than US$14 billion. Shares in the British company soared by nearly 20% after it confirmed the discussions but declined to identify any… Continue Reading »

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