Massachusetts unveils four-pollutant regulations

“From a national perspective, this mandatory reduction of 4 major pollutants from the state’s oldest and dirtiest power plants is a very important precedent,” said Cindy Luppi, Organizing Director for Clean Water Action. “We hope that Governor Swift’s action today sends up a flare to public officials across the country that the time for comprehensive cleanup of aging power plants is now.”

Westborough, MA, May 8, 2001 – American Superconductor Corporation (Nasdaq: AMSC) and GE Industrial Systems, a business of the General Electric Company (NYSE: GE), today announced a follow-on order from Entergy Corporation for two additional distributed superconducting magnetic energy storage (D-SMES) units to assure power reliability in the Houston, Texas area in the summer of 2002.

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