Alcoa’s Tennessee sites expect no impact from dam sale
Jul 02, 2012 | 03:50 PM
| Leanna Orr
NEW YORK Alcoa Inc.s sale of its Tapoco hydroelectric facility to a third-party energy firm will not affect the power supply to its Alcoa, Tenn., used beverage can recycling and aluminum rolling operations, a spokeswoman told AMM.
The Pittsburgh-based company currently sells Tapocos total output to the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) and buys back electricity to power its regional operations, so the change in Tapocos ownership will not affect Alcoas power supply, she said.....
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