Wild West power plays

Kinnander, Ola
May 1999
Bond Buyer;05/21/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30646, p1
Trade Publication
Informs that New West Energy Corp., the for-profit arm of Salt River Project, is successfully gaining business in California. Percentage of industrial customers that are being served by New West Energy; Electric industries' opening for competition in 1998; Financial performance in fiscal year that ended April 30, 1999; Possibility that the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power will open up to competition by 2002.


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