ISO study calls for gas pipeline construction

HOUSTON, Feb. 6, 2001–The Northeast could be short of electricity during peak winter demand as early as 2003 and unserved capacity could reach 3,000 MW in 2005, unless the region moves quickly to build new gas pipelines, says a study commissioned by the New England grid operator.

HOUSTON, Feb. 9, 2001–Power bills for more than 11,000 medium and large commercial customers in Maine buying electricity from Central Maine Power Co. (CMP), a unit of Energy East Corp., will rise 29.5% on March 1 because of higher wholesale energy costs.

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