Con Ed won’t have to pay rebate

A federal judge ruled that the utility did not have to pay and that the state unfairly punished Con Ed “for its negligence and existing high rates.” The governor promised to appeal the decision through the state attorney general’s office.

TORONTO, Ontario, Can, Oct. 11, 2000 (Market News Publishing via COMTEX) – TransAlta announced one of the four generating units in its Wabamun, Alberta, power plant will stay off-line for six to nine months pending repairs to the unit’s boiler. Testing is underway to confirm the extent of repairs required, and to determine whether the unit can be restarted before mid-2001.

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