Stage Two Electrical Emergency issued by California ISO

This morning, several significant generation sources — one in Northern California, one in Oregon and two in Montana — were lost, necessitating this Emergency declaration. A total of 10,600 megawatts of California power plants are unavailable today due to planned and forced outages and a limited amount of imports are available from the Northwest.

CINCINNATI, Ohio, Feb. 27, 2001 — VESTAR, Inc., an affiliate of Cinergy Corp. (NYSE:CIN), and the Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority today announced a major infrastructure renewal program designed to save the Authority more than $875,000 in energy costs annually.

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