Top Texas regulator touts technology

AUSTIN, Texas, Oct. 12, 2000—With electricity competition scheduled to begin in 2002, the chairman of the Public Utility Commission of Texas says he is not completely convinced lower prices or improved customer service will be the result. But Pat Wood III says the exercise will have been worth the trouble because of technological innovation deregulation has engendered.

WASHINGTON, D.C., Oct. 12, 2000—The Department of Energy will have more than $100 million for fuel cell related programs in the new fiscal year, $10 million above the president’s request. The money is contained in the Interior Appropriation bill signed by President Clinton on Wednesday.

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