Calif. Bill Could Create New State Power Transmission Authority

Finestone, Deborah
February 2001
Bond Buyer;02/14/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31077, p40
Trade Publication
Reports the proposed Senate Bill 33X, a bill for the establishment of the California Transmission Authority for issuance of revenue bonds used to purchase the state's power transmission system. Amount of funds needed for the system's expansion and upgrades on a five-year term; Advantage of buying the grid; Provisions of the bill.


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