Neutrogena and LADWP complete city’s largest corporate solar power system

The system was made possible through the LADWP Solar Incentive Program that substantially lowers the purchase price of such systems for the municipally owned utility’s customers.

STAMFORD, Conn., July 10, 2001 — International Paper (NYSE: IP) announced today it has completed the sale of its Curtis/Palmer hydroelectric generating project in Corinth, New York, to TransCanada PipeLines Limited. The transaction price was $285 million.

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