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310-Megawatt Facility to Help Meet Customers' Growing Energy Needs Puget Sound Energy Roger Thompson, 1-888-831-7250 Logo: http://www.pse.com Puget Sound Energy [utility subsidiary of Puget Energy (NYSE: PSD)] today announced plans to purchase a 310-megawatt (MW) natural- gas-fired power plant in southwest Washington as part of the utility's long-range initiative for meeting customers' growing electricity needs.
The boards of directors of Puget Energy (NYSE:PSD) and Puget Sound Energy, a wholly owned subsidiary, today declared quarterly dividends on the company's common and preferred stock. A quarterly dividend of 25 cents per share was declared on Puget Energy's common stock, payable Nov.
Puget Sound Energy (utility subsidiary of Puget Energy (NYSE:PSD)) improved 21 points in overall customer satisfaction, making it third in the West Region and placing in the top quartile nationwide in the 2008 J.D.
Puget Sound Energy (utility subsidiary of Puget Energy (NYSE: PSD)) today announced plans to purchase a 310-megawatt (MW) natural-gas-fired power plant in southwest Washington as part of the utility's long-range initiative for meeting customers' growing electricity needs.
Puget Sound Energy today announced that this year the utility will match the $12.5 million it spent last year on vegetation management to keep power lines clear and minimize the number of tree-related outages particularly during storms.
Puget Sound Energy announced the creation of a PSE Clean Energy Scholarship Program at the Tabor 100 "9th Annual Captains of Industry Gala" on Saturday, Sept. 13.
Puget Sound Energy today announced the Sept. 13 kick-off of its fall energy-efficient lighting events with lamp and bulb exchanges in time for the shorter daylight hours.
Puget Sound Energy announced today that the multi-utility "Empower Your Shower" program launched in July has already provided free showerheads and faucet aerators to 30,000 participants in Western Washington.
An independent analysis performed by Hardy Energy Consulting and released today by Puget Sound Energy (PSE) finds that competing proposed new public utility districts (NPUDs) in Skagit, Island and Jefferson counties will face a lengthened phase-in process to access low-cost power from the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) if they succeed in getting approved by Washington state voters in November and meet other requirements.
Puget Sound Energy has announced that it is investing approximately $421 million in service-area infrastructure improvements in 2008, of which about $247 million is earmarked for capacity and reliability upgrades, and about $174 million is allocated to meet growing customer needs.
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