Geothermal generator files suit seeking payment for power provided to Southern California Edison

The geothermal supplier asks the court to order immediate payment, to allow it to stop providing power to the utility, and to allow it to sell its generation elsewhere in California to avoid worsening the state’s energy shortage. The $45 million includes costs of electricity supplied in November and December. The bill for power delivered in January comes due in early March.

By the OGJ Online Staff

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