Plants

PPL Plans Five Eastern PA Peaking Plants

PPL Corp. announced that its development subsidiary will bespending between $400 and $450 million to install five compact,natural gas-fired generation facilities in eastern Pennsylvaniatotaling about 900 MW of generating capacity. The five facilitiesin Lancaster and Montgomery Counties are expected to go on-line bythe summer of 2002.

May 26, 2000

SoCalGas Settlement Talks Widened, Extended;

Belatedly, the California Energy Commission (CEC) is getting inits two-cents-worth in the state’s remaining natural gas settlementtalks focused on Southern California Gas Co. which resumed Tuesdayin Los Angeles. A regulatory proceeding earlier in the monthbroadened the scope of the talks at the same time concludingsimilar negotiations centered on Pacific Gas and Electric Co.’snatural gas system in the northern half of the state.

February 16, 2000

MD PSC Approves Pepco Generation Sale

The Maryland Public Service Commission approved Potomac ElectricPower Co.’s (Pepco) plan to sell its power plants and usher incustomer choice of suppliers beginning July 1.

December 27, 1999

Duke Inks Deal with Two Mitsubishi Plants in IL

Mitsubishi Motors Manufacturing of America (MMMA) announced itentered into a multi-year agreement with Duke Energy’sDukeSolutions Inc. last week to manage energy service forMitsubishi’s two-million-square-foot manufacturing plant in Normal,IL. Over the contract term, DukeSolutions will support up to $30million of energy expenditures for MMMA.

August 23, 1999

Duke Inks Deal with Two Mitsubishi Plants in IL

Mitsubishi Motors Manufacturing of America (MMMA) announced itentered into a multi-year agreement with Duke Energy’sDukeSolutions Inc. to manage energy service for Mitsubishi’stwo-million-square-foot manufacturing plant in Normal, IL. Over thecontract term, DukeSolutions will support up to $30 million ofenergy expenditures for MMMA. Duke is the third major integratedenergy company to enter into a multimillion dollar energymanagement deal this week, joining Sempra and FirstEnergy.

August 19, 1999

Williams to Supply Gas and Market Power for AES Plant

Similar to a deal the two companies made last May involvingthree power plants in the Los Angeles Basin, Williams and AESforged an agreement last week in which Williams will supply thefuel and market the power produced from an AES-built and -operatedpower facility in Pennsylvania. The AES Ironwood plant will belocated in South Lebanon Township and will have a capacity toproduce 700 MW. Financial terms of the transaction were notdisclosed.

February 15, 1999
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