Calpine abruptly drops plans for temporary power plants

Nov. 7, 2000 (The San Francisco Chronicle)–In an abrupt move, Calpine Corp. yesterday withdrew its controversial plans to build temporary power plants in San Mateo, Newark and Brisbane, a state Energy Commission official said.

Nov. 7, 2000–The Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission must propose by Nov. 15 trading rules for nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions among owners and operators of electric power generating plants within the Dallas-Fort Worth area and East Texas, under a settlement agreement with TXU Electric & Gas, a unit of TXU Corp.

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