PacifiCorp joins 474-MW cogen accord with USGen

December 1993
Electrical World;Dec93, Vol. 207 Issue 12, p9
Trade Publication
Announces the signing of a contract by PacifiCorp to purchase electricity from a natural-gas-fired generating plant that US Generating Co. plans to build. Resource portfolio; Open planning.


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