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To: a.m. fisher who wrote (5)11/9/2000 10:55:22 PM
From: jbkelle  Respond to of 25
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To: a.m. fisher who wrote (5)12/18/2000 12:17:25 AM
From: jbkelle  Respond to of 25
a.m. fisher...Check out this...

Thirst For Juice
The Hartford Courant
December 17, 2000

Demand for electricity is growing worldwide, but reliable supplies of power are not always where they are needed. And the uncertainty is a major headache to companies whose businesses depend on uninterrupted power.

For United Technologies Corp., the uncertainty is an opportunity.

UTC sees the volatility and deregulation of electric power markets as a critical window to boost its sales of power generation equipment. And it is in the market with very different technologies - gas-powered turbines and environmentally friendlier fuel cells.

The venerable aerospace and building systems manufacturer is admittedly playing catch-up in power generation - even though its International Fuel Cells has one of the world's only commercially available fuel cells and Pratt & Whitney has been in the gas turbine business for 40 years.