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@RebeccaLWatson yes, perhaps it's because it was a hot #halloween & a Friday but bigger drop than last year.
Last night's kettle, or cauldron, count showed a 1GW drop in elec demand - equivalent to 400,000 kettles -busy night for trick or treaters
Sparking artistic talent in Islington http://t.co/9anMSJmSQj
Grid's grafting engineers complete work early http://t.co/a0AQsW1cto
@nationalgriduk @CityYearUK & @GraylingUK highly commended for our Education programmes at #CEAwards14 http://t.co/zWVmX1Lfqh
Good luck to @CityYearUK and @NationalGridUk at tonight’s #CEAwards14 in the education category
@markyp599 You should be able to download the report from here also http://t.co/niXr01DWSI
RT @nationalgriduk: Cordi O'Hara talks to the @guardian about how we can meet energy demand this winter #NGWinterOutlook http://t.co/UobQe9LMcC
C O’Hara: “We’ve got additional tools this year to manage the electricity system” #NGWinterOutlook
RT @guardian: National Grid: no risk of winter blackouts http://t.co/vp6GEhZq9G