California ISO votes to buy peaking power

Oct. 31, 2000—In a contentious session, the California Independent System Operator board Monday evening voted to enter into contracts for 2,000 Mw of electric peaking power for $255 million/year for 3 years.


By KATE THOMAS
OGJ Online

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