Green power suppliers intend to suspend service to Southern California Edison

The Qualified Facilities collectively provide Edison with approximately 500 megawatts of electricity, enough for 500,000 homes. Each of the Qualified Facilities is a provider of “clean” energy in that they generate power through renewable resources, such as solar power, wind power, and geothermal power. They have been reliable providers of electricity to California for over a decade.

Jan. 22, 2001–As a staunch Democrat, I watched snippets of George W.௿½s inauguration with trepidation. As someone whose job it is to report on the energy industry, I watched it with curiosity and questions.

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