Deregulation on the skids in the Nevada

HOUSTON, Apr. 4, 2001—Electricity deregulation is hanging by a thread in Nevada. The state legislature assembly last week unanimously passed AB 369, a bill that would stop deregulation of Nevada’s power industry in its tracks. The bill, which still must be approved by the senate, also stops Sierra Pacific Resources Co. from selling any power plants.

SOUTH WINDSOR, Conn., April 3, 2001 — Six PC25â„- fuel cell power plants manufactured by International Fuel Cells, a unit of United Technologies Corp., will power the world’s largest fuel cell installation to be built in Connecticut, IFC announced today.

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