EPRI says technology can help resolve western power crisis

The recommendations are backed by a diverse group of more than three dozen stakeholders from California and other Western States who attended a workshop held at the EPRI headquarters earlier in the month. Among the recommendations:

BERLIN, Conn., June 28, 2001 – Northeast Utilities Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Michael G. Morris today highlighted three strategic transmission projects to meet Connecticut and the region’s fast-growing electric energy needs and strengthen New England’s electric transmission grid.

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