Constellation seeks Florida permits:

Constellation seeks Florida permits:

Constellation Power Inc. (an unregulated subsidiary of Baltimore Gas & Electric Co.), began permitting an 850 MW, gas-fired peaking power plant near Cocoa, Fla. The Oleander facility would be located next to Florida Power & Light`s Brevard County substation, serving central Florida and the state`s east coast. The plant is not subject to the Florida Power Plant Siting Act, and could be fully permitted by mid-1999.

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