One key point may not have been clear in your Nov. 29 article on availability of additional low-cost "replacement power" from the New York Power Authority's Niagara Power Project.
The hydroelectric power is being offered not only to companies already in business on the Niagara Frontier, but also to those willing to locate in the region.
We're looking for commitments to create jobs in return for some of the cheapest electricity in the country for industries.
Replacement power protects more than 22,000 jobs on the Niagara Frontier. The 14,550 kilowatts now available could lead to many more in the area -- in some cases at companies currently located out of the state or even out of the country.
RICHARD M. FLYNN
New York Power Authority