California ISO gets more bad news on plants

HOUSTON, Apr. 13, 2001 — Most peak power units in California will not be able to operate after May 2001 without special variances from environmental authorities and five base load plants will be out of service until mid-June, Tracy Bibb, director of scheduling and outage for the California Independent System Operator, said.

April 13, 2001 — NERC has posted a new document for public comment titled “NERC Organization Standards Process Manual.” This document, drafted by the Standards Task Force, redefines NERC’s process for developing, revising, and approving NERC Standards.

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