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Blackout risk this winter highest in a decade warns National Grid

Britain's electricity safety buffer is at the lowest since 2007 and a cold winter could see an energy supply crunch.

Every year we get these stories, one year we might actually have a blackout.

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I have made absolutely no preparations whatsoever and Angela Knight is fronting the energy industry.

Therefore blackout are 100% guaranteed.

Clearly Ms. Knight was overwhelmed with popularity from her previous job.

Seriously though.. I do get the impression that we are not going to get proper investment in energy until we get some serious, out-of-control blackouts.

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I have made absolutely no preparations whatsoever and Angela Knight is fronting the energy industry.

Therefore blackout are 100% guaranteed.

"Whatever you might have read that isn't the creak of encroaching glaciers you can hear. The energy industry's climate models have been robustly stress tested."

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Clearly Ms. Knight was overwhelmed with popularity from her previous job.

Seriously though.. I do get the impression that we are not going to get proper investment in energy until we get some serious, out-of-control blackouts.

Our energy is supplied by private companies, so we won't get proper investment in energy until they can see a good return, even if it means the lights going out,

Peter.

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Our energy is supplied by private companies, so we won't get proper investment in energy until they can see a good return, even if it means the lights going out,

Peter.

Or even then. There is no particular reason why a private energy sector should even bother supplying its poorer and hence unprofitable customers.

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Our energy is supplied by private companies, so we won't get proper investment in energy until they can see a good return, even if it means the lights going out,

Peter.

Which of course won't happen if Ed Millibrain is planning to cap electricity prices.

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