Small businesses in California voice reactions to the energy crisis

E Source, an energy information and consulting firm, spoke recently with some small business owners in California and found that they have concerns about the effects of the cost for energy on their businesses. E Source contends that small businesses can gain some control over the situation by planning ahead for investments in efficiency measures.

LOS ANGELES, Calif., March 7, 2001 (BUSINESS WIRE)—The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has successfully refinanced $1.25 billion in power bonds, resulting in millions of dollars in interest savings that help further reduce the DWP debt load and keep rates stable.

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