Entergy exec ‘disappointed’ with timetable for merger with FPL Group

The schedule calls for hearings to begin in late October 2001, approximately when the companies expected to close the merger, in accordance with their original 15-month timeline.

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Jan. 11, 2001 (BUSINESS WIRE) – In response to concerns that PG&E and Southern California Edison may not be able to keep their customers’ lights on, a coalition of energy service providers today said that a stronger retail energy market could help avert a similar crisis in the future.

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