ENERGY Networks Association (ENA) is the voice of the networks, representing the electricity and gas transmission and distribution network operators in the UK and Ireland.
What does ENA stand for?
ENA stands for Energy Networks Association (Australia)
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We have 109 other meanings of ENA in our Acronym Attic
- Église Néo-Apostolique (French: Neo-Apostolic Church)
- Egyptian News Agency
- Electricity Networks Affairs (Kahramaa; Qatar)
- Electronic Networking Association
- Emergency Nurses Association
- Employment Nursing Adviser
- Encuesta Nacional Agropecuaria (Spanish: National Agricultural Survey)
- Enel North America (energy; various locations)
- Energetic Neutral Analyzer
- Energetic Neutral Atom
- Enfants Non Admis (French: Children Not Admitted; movie classification)
- Enhanced Natural Attenuation
- Enseigne et Néons de l'Atlantique (French: Neon Signs of the Atlantic)
- Enterprise Network Architecture
- Enterprise Networking Association
- Eritrean National Alliance (Eritrea)
- Escuela Nacional de Agricultura (Spanish: National School of Agriculture; El Salvador)
- Ethiopian News Agency
- Europe and North America
- European Navigator (digital library)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In the UK in 2010 for example, the Energy Networks Association reported 6,000 metal thefts from energy networks alone, and 4,500 from January to July 2011.
According to the Energy Networks Association (ENA) there have been more than 7,000 incidents in the past year leading to four fatalities and up to 31 injuries.
Tony Glover, spokesman for the UK Energy Networks Association said: "The strategy is very in tune with our view around grids and smart meters, and what's really crucial is that there's a blueprint for infrastructure to 2030 on grid developments.
The Energy Networks Association (ENA) test suite is expected by Australian utility authorities.