Reliant executive warns of summer blackouts

Perkins based his gloomy forecast on a hot summer and other conditions that include the following:

Feb. 2, 2001—The California Public Utilities Commission (PUC) Wednesday voted to allow Pacific Gas & Electric Co. to pledge its customers’ monthly account receivables as collateral to insure gas marketers they will get paid for continuing to supply the financially strapped utility.

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