Cinergy invests to slash emissions

Oct. 9, 2000 (The Cincinnati Post)–Cinergy Corp. will spend more than $700 million by 2003 to install equipment to control nitrogen oxide emissions at many of its power plants in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky, the company said Monday.

Oct. 11, 2000–Subject to 192 conditions, the staff of the California Energy Commission (CEC) has recommended approval of Calpine Corp.’s controversial 600 Mw Metcalf power plant in San Jose, saying the benefits outweigh the potential for “significant adverse” effect on land use and visual resources.


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