Harquahala generating project begins initial construction work

With the commencement of general site preparation work and the hiring of the Project’s new general manager, the facility is on track for an official groundbreaking on May 21, 2001. The Project is expected to enter commercial operation in mid 2003.

ATLANTA, Ga., April 11, 2001—The changing face of the energy industry is now being reflected in the innovative recruitment and retention strategies of what once were ultra-conservative, traditional power companies offering typical compensation and incentive packages.

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