Duke Energy breaks ground on new merchant power generation facility in Arizona

The DENA facility has successfully completed the required permitting process and has the approval of Maricopa County and the Arizona Corporation Commission. It also received broad community support throughout the permitting process. The state-of-the-art facility will supply enough energy to light and heat about 570,000 households, significantly adding to the availability of reliable power in Arizona and the Southwest.

NEW YORK, NY, Feb. 21, 2001 (BUSINESS WIRE)–An in-depth survey of commercial and industrial customers’ experience with electricity deregulation in the U.S. by Booz-Allen & Hamilton has found that deregulation has created a fundamental change in the electricity market, transforming it from a predictable and stable arena to a risk-management exercise that caught most commercial and industrial (C&I) customers wholly unprepared, and has caused significant difficulties for many of them.

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