NYPA sets public forum on rate proposal

The proposed rate revisions relate to the costs of supplying electricity to utilities. The rates for businesses, non-profit organizations, municipal electric systems and rural electric cooperatives that purchase FitzPatrick-generated electricity from NYPA would be unaffected.

BOSTON, Mass, Feb. 21, 2001 (BUSINESS WIRE)—As reliability-conscious business owners turn to distributed energy resources to protect themselves from strained or expensive power supplies, Boston-based EFI has responded with its first “Guidebook of Funds and Incentives for Distributed Energy Resources.”

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