LIPA trustees renew power plant contractOct 9th, 2012 | By Environmental Headlines -- CT environmental news | Category: Energy
NEW YORK (AP) — Despite opposition from environmentalists, Long Island Power Authority trustees voted to approve a new 15-year-old contract for dozens of National Grid power generators.
The contract, valued at over $241 million a year, includes the option to upgrade the three largest plants while saving about $2 million annually. Tuesday’s vote was 8-1.
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