CMS Energy elects new president of international distribution unit

Johnson, 52, was previously vice president of CMS Electric and Gas. He is responsible for managing all operational and commercial activities of the Company’s international utility assets.

NEW YORK, NY, Dec. 18, 2000 – Moody’s Investors Service is watching the California energy crisis closely in an effort to determine what will happen to the credit worthiness of several municipal electric utilities in the embattled state.

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