Southern Company to build peaker in Georgia:

Southern Company to build peaker in Georgia:

Jackson County is the possible site for construction of a simple-cycle combustion turbine peaking power plant by Georgia Power, a subsidiary of Southern Company. Consisting of separate generating units, a minimum of five units (total of 400 MW) are scheduled for completion by the summer of 2000. Plans are to build a total of 16 generating units (total capacity of 1,200 MW) over the next two or three years.

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