New plants will provide more power

Olson, Scott
February 2000
Indianapolis Business Journal;02/14/2000, Vol. 20 Issue 49, p9
Reports on Indianapolis, Indiana electric companies' decision to build merchant power plants to provide for the area's electricity needs. Estimated cost of the power plants; Factors that contributed to the trend of merchant power plant construction; Opposition against the construction of merchant power plants.


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