PECO Energy hikes gas distribution prices 31%

The full commission is expected to approve the rate increase in the next few days, the company says. Under the staff-approved increase, gas will rise to 90.6 cents /hundred cu ft from 68 cents/hundred cu ft based on the increase in commodity prices.

Nov. 22, 2000—If California experiences extremely hot weather next summer, electricity demand could exceed supply by 915 MW, says the California Energy Commission.

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