September 2003
Electric Perspectives;Sep/Oct2003, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p11
Presents the findings of Edison Electric Institute's 2003 "Statistical Yearbook of the Electric Utility Industry" in the U.S. Market share of the independent power producers; Decrease in utility generating capacity; Increase in the capacity of nonutility generating sources.


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