Pennsylvania to decide future of state’s electric deregulation

Oct. 10, 2000 (Knight Ridder/Tribune) —Duquesne Light Co. officials, state regulators, electric suppliers as well as small business and consumer advocates will meet again this week in Harrisburg to chart what could be the future of electric deregulation in Pennsylvania.

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 11, 2000—Nth Power Technologies, Inc., a provider in the field of energy and power industry venture capital, announced today that it completed raising $120.5 million last week from new and existing investors for its second venture capital fund.

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