A slew of power utilities are looking at issuing debt before year-end. They’re aiming to jump on the funding rates already bagged by a number of peers who have issued billions of dollars in bonds at historically low rates in the past few weeks. Low rates, coupled with large capital expenditure plans and expiring tax benefits, are the drivers.

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