Allentown, PA-based electric utility PP&L said it set a
company record Monday for delivering summertime power. During high
temperatures and heavy humidity in central and eastern
Pennsylvania, PP&L delivered 6,128,000 kWh of electricity to
customers between 1 and 2 p.m. Monday. The company's former
summertime record of 6,046,000 kWh was set July 15, 1997. PP&L
said it was able to set the delivery record without any
interruption or curtailment of service to customers. In other
regional power news the New England Independent System Operator
canceled a power warning that had been set through last night and
said customers could resume normal power usage.
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