LILCO

AcronymDefinition
LILCOLong Island Lighting Company
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While Three Mile Island had proven to scientists and engineers that evacuations of a populace were more dangerous than a nuclear meltdown, ([dagger]) radical anti-nuke forces insisted that the reactor not be allowed to operate until LILCO created and received approval for evacuation plans and routes, which were to be widely publicized.
The LILCO merger brought us their gas properties and electric generation which moved us into another level of energy company.
On the heels of the controversy over the Amax purchase, the Adirondack Council sought to track recent allowance sales and trades by LILCO.
Since LILCO was not highly popular with its customers and reportedly had the highest utility rates in the country, there was a loud outcry when the CEO's total compensation package was disclosed.
LEIPPERT: LILCO remains in close contact with approximately 30 suppliers on a daily basis.
LILCO system planners had determined that the main could be taken out of service during the summer months with no effect on overall system reliability.
The shopping Center, managed and leased by REALCO, includes Pathmark, The Gap, Fayva Shoes, LILCO and Long Island Savings Bank.
The merger included the gas properties of both Brooklyn Union and the former LILCO on Long Island.
His management of the integration of LILCO and Eastern Enterprises is just one example of his important contributions to KeySpan.
In doing this, LILCO also successfully completed the longest single pull distance ever attempted with the method.
LILCO, founded in 1911, provided gas to 500,000 customers and electricity to over one million Long Islanders.
Like most gas utilities, LILCO is constantly looking for new cost-effective methods of renewing its gas system that minimize the inconveniences that conventional trenched methods entail for the community.