The combined-cycle plant is expected to enter commercialoperation in the secondquarter of 2004. San Jose, CA-based Calpinewill manage the construction of the project, and will own andoperate the facility as part of its new fleet of fuel-efficientpower facilities throughout the US. Calpine has entered intoagreements to supply225 megawatts of electric capacity and energyfrom the plant to Wisconsin Electric Power Co. and 141 megawatts ofelectric capacity and energy to WisconsinPublic Service Corp.

The Sherry Energy Center will be located adjacent to theexisting Arpin substation onthe Arpin-Eau Claire transmissionline.

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