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SOUTHERN ELECTRIC INTERNATIONAL NAMES NEW PRESIDENT

 SOUTHERN ELECTRIC INTERNATIONAL NAMES NEW PRESIDENT
 ATLANTA, Feb. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Thomas G. Boren -- who has served as senior vice president-administrative services at Georgia Power -- has been elected president and chief executive officer of Southern Electric International, Inc., of Atlanta.
 The appointment is effective immediately.
 Southern Electric International -- a subsidiary of The Southern Company (NYSE: SO) -- designs, builds, owns, and operates power production facilities and provides a broad range of technical services to industrial companies and utilities in the U.S. and international markets.
 The Southern Company is also the parent firm of five electric utilities: Alabama Power, Georgia Power, Gulf Power, Mississippi Power, and Savannah Electric. Together, these companies make up one of the largest investor-owned electric utility groups in the United States.
 Boren, 42, has more than 20 years of engineering, financial, and management experience in the energy field. He began his career in 1968 as a draftsman for Georgia Power. He advanced through several positions in the company's power supply engineering division and also served as a financial analyst, assistant to the senior vice president-finance, manager of internal auditing, and vice president-corporate performance.
 In his most recent position, he has been responsible for overseeing human resources, labor relations, corporate concerns, corporate properties construction and management, support services, strategic planning, and security.
 A native of Macon, Ga., Boren earned a degree in industrial management from Georgia Tech and a master's degree in finance from Georgia State University. He also attended the advanced management program at Harvard University.
 Boren replaces J.R. Harris, who has been serving as president of SEI on an interim basis for the past several months.
 Harris is being named vice president of Southern Company Services with responsibility for public relations.
 Harris, 42, was executive assistant to Georgia Power President A.W. Dahlberg before moving to SEI in October 1991. Prior to assuming that position, he served from 1986 to 1990 as SCS vice president-investor relations in the company's New York office.
 Harris, a native of Tupelo, Miss., has a bachelor of arts degree in accounting and a master's degree in finance, both from Mississippi State University.
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 /CONTACT: David Mould of The Southern Company, 404-455-1077/
 (SO) CO: Southern Electric International, Inc.; The Southern Company ST: Georgia IN: UTI SU: PER


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