New Jersey supreme court affirms appellate decision upholding electric deregulation

A written decision will follow. Today’s court action allows PSE&G to move ahead with its plans to comply with the 1999 Board Orders.

PARIS, France, Dec. 7, 2000–The European Union Energy Ministers’ Council has agreed to a draft directive under which 22.1% of the EU’s electricity will be produced through renewables–including wind, solar, hydroelectric, geothermal and biomass–by 2010. In keeping with the agreement, under which each member state will set its own target, France will ratchet up its production of electricity from hydroelectric power from 15% to 21%.

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