Contested San Jose power plant gets regulatory staff OK

The gas-fired project, despite the constant threats of blackouts this summer, has been bitterly opposed by Cisco Corp., San Jose’s mayor, and some local residents, who have claimed it will have a negative effect on the city’s quality of life.

NEW YORK, N.Y., Oct. 11, 2000 (Crain’s New York Business)—Consolidated Edison won its challenge of a New York state law requiring the utility to repay its customers $162 million, the estimated cost of power that Con Ed bought to make up for the shortfall from the closure of the Indian Point nuclear power plant.

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