London applies for 'lite licence'
The Greater London Authority (GLA) has become the first local authority to apply to Ofgem for a "lite licence"The electricity supply licence that will allow the GLA to buy excess power generated by public bodies, such as individual London borough councils, and resell it to other public sector organisations.
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