PG&E National Energy Group completes $550 million credit transaction

The facility, which closed on June 15, will be used primarily for letters of credit to support trading and for working capital requirements.

MADISON, Wis., June 21, 2001 – Alliant Energy’s Combustion Initiative, a science and technology-based approach to voluntarily reducing emissions from its coal-fired power plants, has cut nitrogen oxides (NOx) output in half at the first plant to participate in this unique program. The milestone was reached at a fraction of the cost of installing traditional emissions-reduction equipment.

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