South Glens Falls power plant operating at full capacity

“As we head into summer, and with the demand for electricity continuing to outpace generating capacity, we’re pleased to have brought this new capacity on-line to help meet the needs of energy consumers,” said Michael German, senior vice president of Energy East, who oversees the company’s non-utility ventures. Electricity from the plant is sold into the state’s power grid. The plant also produces steam for Encore Paper.

HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill., June 13, 2001 – According to a study released today by Sears Roebuck and Co. and Roper Starch Worldwide, Inc., the energy crisis is considered a major problem by the majority of Americans, hurting them financially and driving them to change the way they live daily life.

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