N.J. DEP recognizes Carneys Point and Logan power plants for environmental commitment

In separate ceremonies, DEP Commissioner Robert C. Shinn, Jr., signed covenants for the two pulverized-coal-fired power plants into the Silver Track Program, the first tier of the state’s voluntary Silver and Gold Track Program for Environmental Performance.

HOUSTON, May 24, 2001 – Texaco Energy Systems Inc. announced today the signing of a joint development agreement for TESI to tailor its existing fuel processing technology for Reliant Energy Power Systems’ (REPS) proton-exchange-membrane (PEM) fuel cell system being developed for residential use.

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