Power prices in California ‘are going nuts’

Nov. 15, 2000—Unexpected outages of power plants in California leave the state flirting with power outages for the third day straight. Wholesale power prices on the California Power Exchange averaged $197/MWh Tuesday and natural gas prices soared to over $8/Mcf.

Nov 14, 2000 (Thomson Financial Media)—Carolina Power & Light has been given the go-ahead by the North Carolina Utilities Commission to acquire Florida Progress for $5.3 billion in the fall.

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