Federal regulators approve new Wisconsin transmission company

The proposal, reported on by the Wisconsin State Journal, was written by five Wisconsin power companies to create a for-profit utility governing the way electricity moves around the state. The proposal was unanimously endorsed by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

DEARBORN, Mich., Dec. 14, 2000 (PRNewswire) — CMS Energy Corporation (NYSE: CMS) today announced it has executed an agreement to sell its 48 percent ownership interest in an electric distribution utility serving the Province of Entre Rios, Argentina to PSEG Global for approximately $107.3 million.

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