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May 06, 2015 8:55 PM ET

Electric Utilities

Company Overview of Northern Ireland Electricity Limited

Company Overview

Northern Ireland Electricity Limited engages in the construction, ownership, and maintenance of the transmission and distribution networks in Northern Ireland. It is also involved in the operation of the distribution network. The company’s transmission and distribution network includes 45,000 kilometers of overhead lines and underground cables; 75,000 pole mounted transformers; 258 major substations; and 2,200 kilometers of transmission circuits. It serves approximately 840,000 customers. The company was incorporated in 1991 and is based in Belfast, the United Kingdom. Northern Ireland Electricity Limited operates as a subsidiary of ESBNI Limited.

120 Malone Road

Belfast,  BT9 5HT

United Kingdom

Founded in 1991

1,184 Employees

Key Executives for Northern Ireland Electricity Limited

Finance Director
Operations and Safety Director
Chief Executive of ESB
Age: 63
Deputy Managing Director, Director of Regulation and Director
Age: 51
Managing Director and Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Northern Ireland Electricity Limited Key Developments

Northern Ireland Electricity to Extend Contract with Capita

Northern Ireland Electricity, or NIE, has announced that it will extend its current contract with Capita Managed IT Solutions for a further three years to 2017. The extension of this contract ensures continuity of service and supports NIE's ability to provide services to NIE staff and customers.

Northern Ireland Electricity Limited to Begin New Phase of Underground Cabling Project in Drumkee Area

Northern Ireland Electricity Limited has announced that it will begin a new phase of an underground cabling project along the Drumkee Road in Northern Ireland, on June 30, 2014. This project is part of a major investment plan to upgrade the electricity network in this area and help Northern Ireland meet government targets for renewable energy. This is an ongoing project to complete extension works on the Tamnamore electricity substation. The Drumkee Road will be closed at its junction with the Drumaspil Road to the entrance of the substation from 30 June for eight weeks. Diversions will be in place to redirect traffic via the Ballynakilly Road and the Coash Road for the duration of the work.

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