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  2. National Grid (Great Britain) - Wikipedia

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    The grid was created with 6,400 kilometres (4,000 mi) of cables – mostly overhead cables – linking the 122 most efficient power stations. The first "grid tower" was erected near Edinburgh on 14 July 1928, and work was completed in September 1933, ahead of schedule and on budget.

  3. National Grid Reserve Service - Wikipedia

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    Short-Term Operating Reserve is a contracted Balancing Service, whereby the service provider delivers a contracted level of power when instructed by National Grid, within pre-agreed parameters. The main, minimum capability requirements for the service are as follows: Minimum Contracted MW capability = 3MW.

  4. Gas Museum - Wikipedia

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    Gas Museum, Aylestone Road, Leicester LE2 7QJ. The Gas Museum, also known as the National Gas Museum, is situated in the former gatehouse of a gasworks in Leicester, England, and deals with the history of domestic and industrial gas supply. It is claimed to be "the biggest collection of gas and gas related artefacts in the world".

  5. KeySpan - Wikipedia

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    KeySpan Corporation, now part of National Grid USA, was the fifth largest distributor of natural gas in the United States.KeySpan was formed in 1998 as a result of the merger of Brooklyn Union Gas Company (founded 1895 by merging several smaller companies) and Long Island Lighting Company (LILCO), and briefly operated under the name MarketSpan following the merger.

  6. Gridlink Interconnector - Wikipedia

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    Gridlink Interconnector is a proposed submarine power cable between England and France. The 1,400 MW HVDC connector would link Kingsnorth National Grid substation in north Kent, England, with RTE Warande substation in Bourbourg near Dunkirk in northern France.

  7. St Fergus Gas Terminal - Wikipedia

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    The plant was initially developed by British Gas (now National Grid) and Total Oil Marine. The three main plants have three main pipelines each coming ashore. The National Grid plant receives gas from the other main three plants. In total, St Fergus receives around 25% of the UK's gas.

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