Gov. Davis reportedly warns generators won�t get paid in full

HOUSTON, Mar. 1, 2001—California Gov. Gray Davis has put nonutility generators on notice they might not receive full compensation for power sold into the California market, according to published reports.

NEWARK, N.J., March 1, 2001 (BUSINESS WIRE)—The Natural Resources Defense Council, Environmental Defense, and a number of renewable energy and energy-efficiency companies applaud today’s decision by the Board of Public Utilities approving a variety of programs that will help customers reduce energy use and lower their energy bills while developing renewable energy sources, such as fuel cells, solar electric systems and wind generators, and bringing substantial environmental and public health benefits to the state.

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