Justice seeks information on Con Ed-Northeast Utilities merger

The Justice Department has asked the ISO to submit, among other documents, information that shows how it determines who can participate in the market and the allocation of its requirements for procuring reserves between spinning and nonspinning reserves.

WASHINGTON, D.C., Oct. 6, 2000–Total electricity demand this winter is expected to be 2.8% higher than last year, federal energy forecasters predicted Friday. The Energy Information Agency (EIA) said the winter should be 11% colder than last, resulting in a 4.6% increase in electricity use by the residential sector and 3.9% increase by the commercial sector.

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