multi-utility


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multi-utility

n, pl -ties
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a public utility that provides more than one essential service, such as supplying both gas and electricity
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The new joint venture intends to become a multi-utility retailer, providing gas and electricity services in addition to the water and wastewater services initially on offer.
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The multi-utility is part of the AdelaideAqua consortium which comprises Acciona Agua, Abigroup, McConnell Dowell and United Utilities Australia.
The owner of Southern Electric, Scottish Hydro Electric and Swalec in Wales has asked regulator Ofwat for "Inset Appointments", which allow it to offer multi-utility services to customers.
Operating profit for the group's licensed multi-utility operations is to increase by 15 per cent, reflecting regulatory price increases.
Now it is a multi-utility training business with the most comprehensive training facilities of its kind in the North of England.
Mr Roberts said, ``Our performance shows the strength of our multi-utility model, where steady growth in our licensed operations can be backed up by significant contributions from our non-regulated businesses.
AceaElectrabel (a joint venture between Electrabel and Acea) and the multi-utility company Meta have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the creation of the joint venture Metaenergy.
She adds that Wall Street analysts unlocked the value of this multi-utility delivery and services company by looking at the company's investments, "and DQE has a lot of tech-related investments.
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