Indiana approves $3.1 million tax credit for regional grid operator in Carmel

“The payroll tax credit will help us to partially offset costs associated with the start-up of our operations,” said James P. Torgerson, president and CEO of the Midwest ISO. The Midwest ISO, scheduled to be operational in December, will facilitate the safe, reliable movement of bulk electricity across much of the Midwest from its state-of-the art control center in Carmel.

Kansas City, Mo., June 4, 2001 — Black & Veatch Corporation and Siemens announced today that they have developed a plan that would facilitate adequate power to many regions in America.

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