National Power was formerly an energy company based in the United Kingdom.
|Fate||demerged into Innogy plc and International Power|
|Successor||Innogy plc International Power|
Shareholders in International Power will receive a dividend sweetener amounting to 92p a share as part of the merger with GDF Suez that was confirmed today. GDF will take a 70% stake in the new group, but put itself into International Power, which will remain UK-listed.
When was national power privatised?
In December 1990, the 12 regional electricity companies — responsible for the distribution and supply of electricity in England and Wales — were privatised.
Who is the registrar for national power?
Equiniti. The Registrar’s website is www.shareview.co.uk.
As the Registrars for National Grid, Equiniti are there to answer any queries about your shareholding and to help with various matters. If you lose your share certificate please contact Equiniti.
French utility firm GDF Suez has agreed a deal to take full ownership of UK-based energy company International Power (IP). GDF has agreed to buy the 30% of IP it does not already own for 418p a share, valuing the company at about £22.8bn.
You can trace other lost shares by contacting the three main share registrars: Link Asset Services (Linkgroup.eu or 0371664 0300); Computershare (Computershare.com/uk); and Equiniti (Equiniti.com or 0371 384 2030).
The final trace of the British Energy brand was removed on 1st July 2011, and it was rebranded as a subsidiary of EDF Energy Nuclear Generation Limited.
Did national power become national grid?
National Power (1989) National Grid (1990) Nuclear Electricity (1991)
When did National Grid go public?
1995. National Grid was listed on the London Stock Exchange and shares were traded publicly.
Who is TransCo?
The National Transmission Corporation (TransCo) is a government agency created under Republic Act No. 9136, otherwise known as the Electric Power Industry Reform Act (EPIRA) of 2001. … On January 15, 2009, TransCo turned over the management and operation of its nationwide transmission system to NGCP.
You can now buy or sell our ordinary shares using Equiniti’s share dealing service (telephone: 0345 603 7037) or deal online.
IMI shares can be bought and sold through a stockbroker or share dealing service. Our registrar, Equiniti, operates a share dealing service through which you can buy and sell IMI shares over the phone or via the internet.
You can access useful share information via the ‘Shareholder Centre’ section of MyAviva. If you already own Aviva products and are registered for MyAviva: Select ‘Shareholder Centre’ from the top menu bar. Click ‘Find Out More’ in the ‘Manage my Shares’ section.