Power & Generation

The Electricity Industry generally has three key stakeholder areas. They are:

Generators

- Responsible for generating the energy we use in our homes and businesses. Generated electricity flows into the National Transmission network and through to the regional Distribution networks.

Distributors

- The owners and operators of the network of towers and cables that bring electricity from the National Transmission Network to homes and businesses. Even so, they are not the organisations that sell electricity to the end consumer. This is carried out by organisations that make use of the distribution networks to pass the energy commodity to your property - the suppliers.

Suppliers

- The companies who supply and sell electricity to the consumer. The suppliers are the first point of contact when arranging an electricity supply to domestic, commercial and smaller industrial premises.

Comms

The telecom market is a fast paced industry, continuously making technological leaps.. Virtually unrecognisable from telecoms 10 years ago opportunities exist in;

  • Fixed line services
  • Unbundling loops for competition
  • VOIP
  • Broadband
  • Mobile networks
  • Internet

Portfolio Entries in Power & Generation

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Power & Generation,

The Electricity Industry generally has three key stakeholder areas. They are:

Generators

- Responsible for generating the energy we use in our homes and businesses. Generated electricity…