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27
Oct

A controversial power plant project near Avenal appears to be dead, and the news is being hailed by environmental groups as an outright victory. A letter sent last week to the California Energy Commission by an attorney for Avenal Power Center LLC, based in Houston, states that the company will let the license for the project expire in September.

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