AES fined $17 million for pollution from power plant

Under an agreement with California air regulators, AES can operate the plant while it pursues permits to install pollution control devices mandated by the environmental authorities. With California Independent System Operator desperate for megawatts to keep the lights on, officials moved quickly to reach a settlement to get the plant back in service.

INDIANAPOLIS, IN, Dec. 13, 2000—Matthew Cordaro has resigned from his position as president and CEO of the Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator, Inc (MISO), effective today, Chairman James Young said.

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