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Electricity North West

Electricity North West
Type Subsidiary
Industry Energy
Founded Norweb plc 1990
Headquarters Warrington, England, UK
Key people Steve Johnson (CEO)
Michael McCallion FCA (CFO)
Products Electricity
Parent North West Electricity Networks (Jersey) Limited
Website www.enwl.co.uk

Electricity North West is a British electricity distribution network operator, responsible for the administration and maintenance of the network that distributes electricity throughout the North West of England.[1][2]

Background and history

Electricity North West Limited is a private limited company registered in


  1. ^ a b About Electricity North West
  2. ^ Annual Report and Accounts 2012
  3. ^ "CFS Home page". 
  4. ^ "JPM Infrastructure Investments Group". 
  5. ^ Strategic Direction Statement

References

On 19 December 2007 distribution network operator for North West England, Electricity North West owns and is responsible for the construction and maintenance of the network that distributes electricity throughout the region. This includes the inspection and maintenance of assets which include 13,000 km of overhead lines, 43,000 km of underground cables, and 38,000 transformers.[1][5]

Electricity North West History

The principal activity of the group is the distribution of electricity in North West England on behalf of the electricity supply companies. Customers receive their electricity bill from their suppliers who pay for use of the electricity network. Electricity North West delivers electricity to 5 million people in 2.4 million properties throughout the North West. The distribution network had originated as NORWEB (from 1948 to 1990, the North West Electricity Board).

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