Electricity crisis cools down a bit in San Diego County

ESCONDIDO, Calif., Sept. 26, 2000 (North County Times)–An uneasy aftermath has settled over this summer’s power price shocks in San Diego County, punctuated this weekend by cool weather and falling electricity prices, as the state and federal policy-making apparatus shifts from a season of panicked damage control to the extremely difficult question of what to do next.

ALAMEDA, Calif., Sept. 26, 2000–Solo Energy Corp., a developer of microturbine products to supply on-site energy to commercial and light industrial customers, has entered into a strategic partnership with SCANA Resources Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of SCANA Corp.


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