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February 28, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Bechtel, PG&E Unit Form Company: PG&E Enterprises and Bechtel Enterprises Inc. agreed to form an electric energy company to develop, own and operate power projects outside the United States. In a news release, the San Francisco-based companies said the new firm will combine the international power activities of Bechtel and J. Makowski Co., an independent power company acquired by PG&E Enterprises and Bechtel last year.
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February 28, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Bechtel, PG&E Unit Form Company: PG&E Enterprises and Bechtel Enterprises Inc. agreed to form an electric energy company to develop, own and operate power projects outside the United States. In a news release, the San Francisco-based companies said the new firm will combine the international power activities of Bechtel and J. Makowski Co., an independent power company acquired by PG&E Enterprises and Bechtel last year.
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September 25, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
State energy regulators approved a 600-megawatt power plant in San Jose that was once unanimously rejected by the City Council. The 5-0 vote by the California Energy Commission lets Calpine Corp. and Bechtel Enterprises Inc. build the Metcalf Energy Center in the Coyote Valley. The San Jose City Council opposed the plant last year on grounds it would be too close to homes. But that stand became unpopular as the energy crisis worsened. So city officials reached a compromise.
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November 29, 1994 | CHARLES P. WALLACE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Just two years ago, the Philippines suffered crippling electrical brownouts almost daily. Workers sweltered in offices without air conditioning, shops had gasoline generators throbbing on the sidewalks outside, and factories were forced to curtail production because of the shortage of power. "We were really hurting," recalled Guido Delgado, head of the state-owned National Power Co. "Not only did we need power fast, we needed to get in place huge amounts of generating capacity."
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April 19, 2001 | JENIFER WARREN and TERENCE MONMANEY, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Attempting to show that no region in California is safe from sacrifice, Gov. Gray Davis on Wednesday called for quick state approval of a controversial power plant proposed for the Silicon Valley. The governor's action locks him in combat with the San Jose City Council, which has unanimously rejected the plant, and Cisco Systems, the computer networking giant that wants to build its worldwide headquarters on adjacent land.
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