ComEd battles two successive nights of storms

“Although 2,000 customers remain out of service at this time, we have prioritized our efforts to ensure that their power will be restored by noon today,” said ComEd Executive Vice President David Helwig.

PITTSBURGH, July 23, 2001 — Duquesne Light Company today announced an innovative, Demand Side Response (DSR) initiative that includes a web-based tool — called the Duquesne Light Energy Exchange — to provide commercial and industrial customers with the opportunity to save energy and money, as well as, get paid for voluntarily reducing energy needs during peak-demand periods.

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