Northern Ireland Electricity described the attacks as "extremely dangerous".
What does NIE stand for?
NIE stands for Northern Ireland Electricity
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See other definitions of NIE
We have 55 other meanings of NIE in our Acronym Attic
- Network Integration Engineer
- Network Integration Evaluation (US Army)
- New Idea Engineering (California)
- New Institutional Economics
- Newly Industrializing/Industrialized Economy
- Newspaper In Education
- Newspapers in Education
- Non-Interest Expense
- Nonsecure Interface Equipment
- Normally Installed Equipment
- Not in Evidence (legal)
- Not Included Elsewhere (found in IMF statistical publications IFS)
- Número de Identificación de Extranjero (Spain)
- National Income and Expenditure Accounts (Canada)
- National Indian Education Association (USA)
- National Indie Excellence Award (Beverly Hills, CA)
- Nazarene International Education Association
- Network of International Education Associations (Tuscon, AZ)
- New India Evangelistic Association
- Northern Ireland Environment Agency (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Northern Ireland Electricity Limited announces that the annual report and accounts of its parent company, Electricity Supply Board (ESB Group), for the 12 months to 31 December 2012, have been published today and are available on ESB Group's website at http://www.
Northern Ireland Electricity (NIE) emergency crews cut off electricity deliveries to 64 homes in the area at 20.
Around 200 additional engineers, linesmen, call agents and admin staff were reinforcing the normal capability to restore supplies at Northern Ireland Electricity.
Northern Ireland Electricity (NIE) said between 45,000 and 48,000 customers, mainly in the west and the north, have been cut off overnight after widespread damage to its network.
Raymond Magee, from Limavady, Co Derry, last night said he is dreading Christmas after bosses at Northern Ireland Electricity cut off his power on October 14.
He started as a trainee accountant in the textile industry and became factory accountant before moving to Northern Ireland Electricity (NIE) in 1970 as executive officer, management accounting.
Last year Anglian Water owner AWG and the Northern Ireland electricity company Viridian changed hands, as funds fought over assets that offer owners a stable income stream.