National Grid seeks determination that it is not a market participant

National Grid requested that FERC issue its decision on the filing by mid-July.

COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 16, 2001 — A report released today by the Ohio Consumers’ Counsel (OCC) predicts that Ohio’s electricity supply this summer will probably be adequate unless the state or surrounding regions are hit with abnormally hot and humid weather.

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