WEVTU has learned that studies of the multi-state ozone problem in the Lake Michigan area will recognize plans of some large electric utilities to encourage many small operators of gas turbine generators to quickly add capacity, with units scattered throughout metro areas (see WEVTU — Jan. 1, '00, p.12). In the greater Chicago area alone, if two-thirds of the planned, mostly peaking turbine generators are brought into service, 100 trillion Btu per hour of gas will be burned — adding ...

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