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South West Water
South West Water Services Limited is a water supply and sewerage utility company serving part of south west England. It was originally formed by the Water Act 1973 as one of ten regional water authorities formed by a merger of various statutory and local authority water undertakings. South West Water was privatised in 1989, and is part of the Pennon Group.
Southern Water is the utility responsible for wastewater collection and treatment in Hampshire, the Isle of Wight, West Sussex, East Sussex and Kent, and for water supply and distribution in the approximately half of this area.
Scottish Water is a state-owned company in Scotland that provides water and sewerage services to 2.2 million customers and 130,000 business customers.
Northern Ireland Water
Northern Ireland Water is a Government Owned Company (GoCo), set up in April 2007 to provide the water and sewerage services in Northern Ireland. That means we supply 560 million litres of clean water a day for almost 1.8 million people as well as treating 320 million litres of wastewater a day.
United Utilities provides clean, fresh water for about 7 million people and 200,000 businesses in the North West of England. They also take away and treat the North West’s wastewater helping keep the rivers and beaches clean.
Irish Water is Ireland’s new national water utility. It has been tasked with bringing the water services of the 34 Local Authorities together into one national service provider, with the aim of reducing costs, generating economies of scale and increasing efficiencies. Over the coming months and years Irish Water will gradually establish the organisation and take over responsibility from the local authorities for the delivery of water and wastewater services to homes and businesses.
Western Power is a State Government owned corporation that builds, maintains and operates the electricity network in the south west corner of Western Australia. The Western Power Network forms the vast majority of the South West Interconnected Network (SWIN), which together with all of the electricity generators, comprises the South West Interconnected System (SWIS).
National Grid plc is a United Kingdom based utilities company which also operates in other countries, principally in the United States. National Grid is dedicated to being the world’s premier network utility. Their core skills lie primarily in the management of large and complex energy delivery networks. They own, operate and develop the high-voltage electricity transmission network in England and Wales and Great Britain’s principal natural gas transportation system.
Scottish Power is an international energy company, made up of four businesses: Energy Retail, Energy Wholesale and Energy Networks in the UK and PPM Energy in the US. Through these businesses they provide electricity, transmission and distribution services in the UK; supply in excess of 5.2 million electricity and gas services to homes and businesses across the UK; and operate electricity generation and gas storage facilities in the UK, US and western Canada.
UK Power Networks
UK Power Networks manages Britain’s biggest power networks, distributing electricity to more than eight million customers in London, the East of England and the South East. It employs over 5500 employees. The company is owned by the Cheung Kong Group (CKG) who took ownership in October 2010 following the sale by EDF Energy of its electricity distribution networks operation.
Electricity North West
Electricity North West owns, operates and maintains the electricity distribution network and provides connection services throughout the North West of England.
SGN manage the network that distributes natural and green gas to 5.9 million homes and businesses across Scotland and the south of England.
A subsidiary of Córas Iompair Éireann, Iarnród Éireann provides passenger and freight rail services as well as operating Rosslare Europort.
Network Rail is an engineering company responsible for revitalising Britain’s railways. They do not run the trains, but their main customers are the train and freight operating companies who do. Network Rail’s task is to deliver a reliable and safe rail network. Safety is their primary concern and they are spending more than £6 billion to maintain, improve and upgrade every aspect of the railway infrastructure including; the track, signalling systems, bridges, viaducts, tunnels, level crossings and stations.
Transport for London
Transport for London (TfL) was created in 2000 as the integrated body responsible for the Capital’s transport system. The primary role of TfL, which is a functional body of the Greater London Authority, is to implement the Mayor of London’s Transport Strategy and manage transport services across the Capital.