EnergyUnited executive urges North Carolina state to deal with municipal power agency debt

But the California experience should not keep North Carolina from seeking solutions to pressing deregulation-related issues, such as the accumulated debt of this state’s municipal power agencies.

HUNTSVILLE, Ala., Jan. 29, 2001 — Intergraph Corporation (Nasdaq: INGR) and Intergraph Germany today announced that Gasversorgung Thueringen GmbH (GVT), the largest regional gas supply company in the federal state of Thuringen, Germany, initiated the first phase of its implementation of Intergraph’s G/Gas software for gas distribution and transmission GIS.

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