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National Grid

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishNational GridˌNational ˈGrid noun   the National Grid
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National GridLast month Tim Devlin's proposed new route was dismissed by National Grid.In this situation, the site owner will still be paid by the National Grid as well as the mast operator.The site www.school-science.co.uk is an approved content provider for the National Grid for Learning and was launched last January.And two councils are to spend money opposing the National Grid plans at a public inquiry.Timetable for hearing Objectors to the pylons have the chance to question the National Grid Company when cross-examination begins next week.The generators have to bid for the right to supply electricity to the National Grid, the central player in the system.The National Grid Company has played a centra role in the development of the new competitive electricity market.Yesterday National Grid confirmed that talks were going on involving money.
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