Energy East announces preliminary results of CTG merger

In exchange for each share of CTG common stock, CTG shareholders had the option to receive either $41.00 in cash or a number of shares of Energy East common stock valued at $41.00, subject to restrictions on the maximum and minimum number of Energy East shares to be issued.

AUSTIN, Texas, Sept. 14, 2000 — Green Mountain Energy Co. is re-filing its application with the Department of Public Utility Control (DPUC) in anticipation of becoming a licensed electricity provider in the state of Connecticut.

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