Ohio Power Agency Sells $52 Million Of Bonds to Boost Peaking Capacity

Wisniewski, Mary
January 2001
Bond Buyer;01/10/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31054, p36
Trade Publication
Reports that American Municipal Power-Ohio has sold millions of dollars in distribution generation bonds to increase peak-power capacity for municipalities in the state. Sale of the tax-exempt deal through negotiation by PaineWebber Inc. and NatCity Investments Inc.; Market reaction to the power agency; Factors which have made access to market-based power supplies costly during peak demand periods.


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