LGIALarge Generator Interconnection Agreement
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We have already noted that the original LGIA contains no provision that imposes legal duties of accountability because it had always been intended that a different body would handle dealings in land (Whimp, 1998).
With a greater than 90% participation in MDI, the Company effected a short-form merger of its wholly-owned subsidiary LGIA and MDI on June 30, 2005.
The Merger was completed on June 30, 2005 and, in connection with the Merger, LGIA changed its name to "MDI Technologies, Inc.
The scope of this project has been changed due to a reduction in load growth in Fallon area, the termination of one LGIA and the reduction in a second LGIA have also contributed to the reduction in scope of this project.