WASHINGTON -- Retailers report that most power companies seem to be ready for Y2K, and many utility companies are working to share information, such as which power stations serve which stores, in an effort to ease communication if outages do occur. "Relying on the information they are supplying, a lot of electric companies seem well prepared," said Kathy Loftus, manager of energy and regulatory affairs for Shaw's Supermarkets, East Bridgewater, Mass. Loftus participated in a panel ...

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