Energy Networks Association (United Kingdom)

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Energy Networks Association (United Kingdom)
Abbreviation ENA
Formation 1 October 2003
Legal status Non-profit company (registered in England & Wales, No. 4832301)
Purpose Energy networks in the UK
Location
  • 6th Floor, Dean Bradley House, 52 Horseferry Road, London SW1P 2AF
Region served UK
Chief Executive David Smith
Main organ Chairman - Steve Johnson
Website ENA

The Energy Networks Association (ENA) is the industry body funded by UK gas and electricity transmission and distribution licence holders.

History[edit]

ENA was formed in October 2003 from the dissolution of the Electricity Association into three separate industry bodies:

Following the demerger of the Gas Distribution Network operations of British Gas Transco, they also joined ENA.

Structure[edit]

ENA member companies are:

It is situated on Horseferry Road (B323) not far from Lambeth Bridge, next to Smith Square.

Function[edit]

ENA's role is to provide a strategic focus for the energy networks sector by communicating key messages. All its work is underpinned by technical expertise—more than half the association's staff are specialist engineers. ENA's online catalogue [1] contains hundreds of reference documents relating to cables, contactor gear, electrical and mechanical composites, overhead transmissions and distribution lines, switchgear, engineering recommendations and other information. The association also records faults, defects and safety information on behalf of the networks industry.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "ENA Engineering Documents Catalogue". Retrieved 18 October 2008. 

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