Citizen Power secures $6.3M for energy conservation

The agreement extends current LIURP funding of $1.75 million an additional two years, through 2004. Beginning in 2002, Duquesne will add another $950 thousand to the annual LIURP budget. Thus, the total new spending for LIURP for 2002-2004, agreed to in this settlement, will be $6.35 million.

PURCHASE, N.Y., Nov. 29, 2000 — TNPC, Inc. (NYSE: NPW), parent of The New Power Company, reported that the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission today approved the “Competitive Default Service Agreement” between The New Power Company and PECO for 299,000 customers.

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