Vermont Utilities, Hydro-Quebec reach settlement on ice storm case

Under the settlement, the Vermont Joint Owners (VJO) will continue to receive power and energy from Hydro-Quebec under a long term, stable-priced contract that for most utilities extends to 2016 and to 2020 for others. Hydro-Quebec will make a $9 million payment to the 15 utilities, which comprise the VJO.

Pequannock, NJ., July 18, 2001 — A report offers new research on the market for AMR and related subsystems, devices and services in North America.

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