Sempra still would move forward with its 500-megawatt plant onthe site in southwest Escondido, even if it scraps plans to buildthe business park. The 200-acre industrial park is proposed for anarea near the power plant in the Quail Hills area.

Sempra is concerned about a 49-megawatt plant that would bebuilt at the entrance to its business park by CalPeak, anotherenergy company. CalPeak bypassed the city and won approval for itsproject from the state Energy Commission this week, but Sempraofficials and some city officials are concerned the CalPeak plantcould hinder Sempra's ability to attract high-end tenants.

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