On Friday, the National Grid announced it would build two 100kW generators for its National Grid Network, which supplies electricity to about 1 million homes in Britain.

The generator is being supplied by British Gas and is expected to start delivering electricity in the coming weeks.

But how will it work?

It is very similar to a gas generator.

Gas generators convert electricity to steam.

But unlike gas, the energy is stored in a solid fuel pellet which is then turned into electricity by a pump.

It is the first generation of a gas turbine.

The National Grid is working on a generation that can be powered by a small number of high-efficiency turbines.

One of the first high-performance generators that is being developed is the Siemens GE9000.

GE9001: The first GE9100: A high-tech generator powered by GE900 turbine Source: Siemens The GE9200: A new high-power generation that has a low-energy cost and is powered by an ultra-low-power (ULP) generator.

This turbine is powered from a large number of low-cost steam generators.

This is a much cheaper way of generating electricity and the GE9300 is the highest-performing turbine in the range.

The GE8500: An ultra-efficient, super-low energy turbine that generates electricity at about 1.3 GW per hour.

It has a much lower energy cost than the GE8100.

It was built by Siemens for the European Union, and is being used in Britain to provide electricity to more than 1.5 million homes.

But, as the National Energy Market Agency (NERA) is planning for a peak demand of 3,500 megawatts, it may be possible to use this type of energy generation to meet peak demand for electricity generation.

This would reduce the cost of power generation in Britain by about 40%.

The UK’s electricity market currently costs about £2.3bn a year.

But if the National Gas Authority can be convinced that the new generation can deliver electricity at a higher price, the costs of electricity generation could fall.

This means that the UK could use a much smaller amount of electricity.

It would be cheaper to produce electricity from other sources, such as wind and solar, which can produce electricity at much higher prices than the gas generators.

The price of electricity would fall as well, so the electricity produced would be much cheaper.

There is also a small possibility that the cost could fall even further.

This may be because it is cheaper to buy gas, but the fuel itself has a greater price to pay for the energy it produces.

And the price of coal is still low compared with electricity prices.

In addition, it is not clear whether the generation would produce enough electricity to meet the UK’s needs.

There may be other factors that could make the generation more expensive than the more energy-efficient gas generators, such the cost and availability of power supply equipment.

The NERC also hopes that this generation will save the UK money in the long term.

However, there are risks.

The British Gas generator, for example, is being built on a site that is very far away from the power station.

In this case, there is a risk that the generator could run out of fuel in the future.

This will have a knock-on effect on other generation facilities that are being built.

It could also affect other projects such as a new wind farm being built in Wales.

It may be a problem in the longer term, but this generation is expected in 2019.