UNESA

AcronymDefinition
UNESAUniversidade Estácio de Sá (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
UNESAUniversity of New England Students Association (Armidale, New South Wales, Australia)
UNESAUnited Nations Economic and Social Affairs
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Carlos Gonzales from the Spanish electricity association UNESA, speaking at a recent Eurelectric workshop on smart metering, was positive about the potential benefits: "Installation of smart meters will equip DSOs even better to fulfill their role in facilitating seamless and reliable data exchange between suppliers and thereby enhancing customer choice by enabling people to switch supplier more easier," he said.
These investment projects mark a further step in ENDESA's commitment to considerably enhance and enlarge its Spanish distribution grid, in which it invested Euro 2,970 million between 1999-2003, according to figures from UNESA.
Endesa has also continued working in the National Electric Committee for Y2K effect, headed by the Ministry of Industry and with the participation of the Market Operator, the System Operator (REE), CSN, UNESA, Nuclear Safety Committee, and the rest of companies of the sector.