Con Edison’s agreement will lower delivery rates and protect customers

Under this agreement, the company would extend by three years the Electric Restructuring Agreement approved by the PSC in 1997, and provide about $1.5 billion of rate benefits to customers in addition to the more than $1.1 billion provided for in the 1997 agreement. The typical New York City residential customer will save approximately $50 annually, while the typical small commercial customer will save about $100 annually and the somewhat larger commercial customer will save about $1,000 a year.

FAIRFAX, Va., Oct. 2, 2000—XENERGY, an energy consulting firm, has joined KEMA Consulting, a wholly-owned subsidiary of KEMA. With the addition of XENERGY, KEMA Consulting now has 400 experienced power industry specialists who provide a full complement of services supporting generation through the customer side of the meter. KEMA clients represent the complete spectrum of participants in the energy marketplace.

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