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PSI Energy to Offer Green Pricing Program

June 2001 - PSI Energy, a Cinergy subsidiary that serves retail electric customers in Indiana, is seeking approval from the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission to allow its customers to contribute to a fund that would support the development of renewable resources. Under the company's filing, customers could make a minimum monthly donation of $1 on their utility bills to the company's "Green Power Fund", which would be used to develop or purchase power from renewable sources such as solar, wind, hydro, landfill gas, and digester gas.

The company is also seeking approval to offer net metering to residential customers and schools that install on-site solar electric systems.

News Release - Cinergy/PSI To Offer Customers 'Green Power' Options

Proposed Tariff - IURC NO. 13: Standard Contract Rider No. 56 Green Power

PSI Energy Contacts: Leticia Vestile (800) 428-4337, ext. 1926; Mark Musick (317) 838-1152

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