Duke says high power prices helped offset California risk

HOUSTON, June 1, 2001 – Duke Energy Corp. said it charged $3,880/MW-hr for electricity in California to help offset “the significant credit risk” associated with selling power to Pacific Gas & Electric Co. and Southern California Edison Co. through the California Independent System Operator.


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