PG&E Co. issues statements on the increase in the state’s cost for power

“There seems to have been some confusion yesterday over the effect Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s bankruptcy filing may have had on energy prices,” he said in a statement. “I thought it might be helpful to provide a few useful facts and figures, to help you pin down the truth behind what may be driving the state’s energy costs higher.

AUSTIN, Texas, April 19, 2001 – Automated Power Exchange® Inc. (APX®), a provider of electronic infrastructure services for the electric power industry, today announced that it has delivered the computer system for the implementation of the Texas Renewable Energy Credit (REC) Program to The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT).

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