Mitsubishi evaluates acquisition of former Textron plant in Orlando

Orlando Service Center to provide support for fast growing electrical power generation equipment market in Western Hemisphere.

WASHINGTON, Feb. 28, 2001 (PRNewswire) – To build the 150 gigawatts of new capacity that many expect the country will require by 2009, energy suppliers will face challenges ranging from electricity restructuring, to convergence, to the need for maintaining a diversity of supply options, according to Jack Cashin, Manager of Regulatory Policy with EEI’s Alliance of Energy Suppliers.

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