NYPA buys gas units to avoid summer 2001 shortages

With potential electricity shortages looming, the New York Power Authority said it will spend up to $220 million to buy 11 gas turbine generator sets with generating capacity of about 520 Mw to be installed by the summer of 2001.

For the second straight day, PJM Interconnection LLC issued a warning that rolling blackouts could be a strong possibility for E. Towanda, Pa., if one more generator or transmission facility failed.

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