International Paper closes on sale of hydroelectric facility in New York

International Paper first announced its plans to sell the Curtis/Palmer facility in November of 2000 as part of International Paper’s plans to divest assets that no longer fit the company’s long-term business strategy.

AGOURA HILLS, Calif., July 12, 2001 – Eighty-three percent of Californians indicate they have taken steps to conserve electricity to help reduce the potential of rolling blackouts, according to the second in a series of special reports by J.D. Power and Associates on California’s energy crisis.

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