- This class covers both traditional sources of electricity such as thermal or hydro supplies and newer sources such as wind or solar heat. - Administration of electricity affairs and services; conservation, development and rationalized exploitation of electricity supplies; supervision and regulation of the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity; - construction or operation of non-enterprise-type electricity supply systems; - production and dissemination of general information, technical documentation and statistics on electricity affairs and services; - grants, loans or subsidies to support the electricity supply industry, including such outlays for the construction of dams and other works designed chiefly to provide electricity. Excludes: non-electric energy produced by wind or solar heat (04.3.6).
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