Regulators say Wisconsin Energy plan raises big questions

Wisconsin Energy is also asking for permission for Wisconsin Electric Power Co., its electric utility subsidiary, to spin off existing fossil fuel generation assets to the generation affiliate. The proposal is part of a 10-year, $6 billion expansion plan the company reported in September.

HOUSTON, Texas, Nov. 29, 2000–The president of the largest U.S. gas and power trading company Wednesday criticized independent power producers who are buying natural gas reserves and predicted “the collapse and demise” of large integrated energy companies.


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