PG&E Corp. enters Nevada market with 1,000 MW power project

The proposed Meadow Valley Generating Project will be located on a 160-acre site in northeastern Clark County near Moapa, Nevada. The PG&E National Energy Group (PG&E NEG) hopes to begin construction of the project during the fourth quarter of 2001, with completion expected by first quarter 2004.

Sept. 28, 2000–If the US electricity industry substitutes coal for natural gas, using just 4.8 tcf of gas in 2010 instead of 6.5 tcf projected earlier by an industry group, pollution from uncapped emissions of nitrogen oxide (NOx) and mercury could climb by 10%, according to a report by Energy and Environmental Analysis Inc. Carbon dioxide (CO2 emissions would rise about 4%.

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