- UK energy policy is in disarray - but blackouts are unlikely
- Further in the days of the CEGB,old plants were retained as "summer cold," "winter peaking".Now we have the NGC scratching around buying balance capacity...makes the case for the NGC to invest in its own generating plant portfolio.
- CEGB Site, Dormant for Over Twenty Years, To Be Developed As Retirement Flats
- Previously the site it was used for a brewery, a glass works and, until the late 1980s, as offices of the Central Electricity Generating Board (CEGB).
- Back to the CEGB? Greater central control of UK energy may be inevitable
- More central planning and a strategic view beyond market forces, the academics argue, is needed. So is a return to something like the CEGB, the Central Electric Generating Board responsible for Britain's power supply until privatisation, the way forward?
- Sir Peter Gregson, civil servant - obituary
- The Central Electricity Generating Board owned all the power stations in England and Wales, controlled the National Grid and decided which stations should provide power. Gregson advised Parkinson to ignore warnings from its chairman, Lord Marshall, ...
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