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Established in 1951, Chubu Electric Power Co. Inc.(Chubu EPCo.) supplies electricity to the five prefectures of the centrally-located Chubu region of Japan. The supply area covers 39,149 square km (about 10% of Japan as a whole) and 16.6 million people (about 13% of the total population of Japan).
The EEA (Electricity Engineers’ Association) is committed to providing the New Zealand electricity supply industry with expertise, advice and information on technical, engineering and safety issues affecting the electricity industry.
Guernsey Electricity Ltd is a limited liability company wholly owned by the States of Guernsey.The company is the sole provider of electrical energy to the island of Guernsey operating under the Electricity (Guernsey) Law 2001.
Heathrow Airport is a major international airport in west London, England. Heathrow is the busiest airport in the United Kingdom, busiest airport in Europe by passenger traffic, third busiest airport in the world by total passenger traffic.
Established in April 1924, the Jersey Electricity Company, today, is a £60 million turnover business and is the sole distributor of electricity on the Island of Jersey. Their aim is to provide a safe, secure supply of electricity at minimum cost to our customers and the environment.
The Manx Electricity Authority (MEA) is a statutory body charged with providing the people of the Isle of Man with a safe, reliable and economic electricity supply. The Authority has responsibility for the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity and for the billing and collection of revenue from these activities. In addition, these services to the customers are enhanced by the provision of retail service centres where modern electrical appliances and authoritative advice on their use is available, coupled with a comprehensive customer services desk.
Mutual Energy is a mutual company which manages energy assets in the long term interests of Northern Ireland's energy consumers. Having no shareholders, any financial surpluses are for the benefit of energy consumers. This combined with long term secure finance has allowed the company to manage major energy assets at a very low cost to consumers.
Mutual Energy owns and operates the Moyle Interconnector which links the electricity systems of Northern Ireland and Scotland, and the Premier Transmission Pipeline System, which consists of the Scotland to Northern Ireland natural gas transmission pipeline (SNIP) and the Belfast Gas Transmission Pipeline (BGTP). These strategically important assets provide vital energy links with Great Britain, and Mutual Energy manages them to the highest standards of safety, reliability and efficiency.
TEPCO has been utilizing its advanced technological expertise and managerial resources to vigorously expand its interests throughout the world, with the aim of further expanding and developing the Company by creating new overseas business opportunities. TEPCO also promotes international exchanges, and carries out research on international energy policies and electricity markets through its offices in Washington, D.C. and in London.