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Adjustment To Power Savings Figures For Saturday

14 August 2001
ADJUSTMENT TO SAVINGS FIGURE FOR SATURDAY, 11 AUGUST

As part of M-co’s normal audit processes we review the savings numbers we publish.

This process recognises the importance of these numbers and the reliance other parties place on them.

Our regular audit has identified an error in the savings figures for Saturday(published on Sunday).

The actual savings for Saturday were 7.3%. This is still quite a drop from last week but is much more consistent with the trend over the past few days.

No other adjustments are required.

ENDS

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