PG&E Energy Trading assigned BBB+ investment grade rating by S&P

In addition to ET, the National Energy Group’s other subsidiaries, Gas Transmission Northwest and PG&E Generating also maintain their own investment-grade rating based on each entity’s own creditworthiness and economic self-sufficiency.

HOLYOKE, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jan. 12, 2001–The operator of the region’s bulk power grid, ISO New England Inc., is currently performing a study on generating unit availability in New England. The ISO is focusing on what are the drivers for unit outages including the impact of market operations, age, environmental retrofits and other factors. The target completion date of this study is late March 2001. Final results from this study will be released at that time.

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