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Southern Power acquires two photovoltaic solar projects in Georgia.

International Resource News-February 23, 2015--Southern Power acquires two photovoltaic solar projects in Georgia

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International Resource News - 23 February 2015

Southern Power, a subsidiary of Southern Company, has acquired two photovoltaic solar projects in Georgia, totalling 99 megawatts, from Tradewind Energy Inc.

The acquired projects include the 80-MW Decatur Parkway Solar Project and the 19-MW Decatur County Solar Project.

The projects were proposed by Tradewind Energy Inc. and chosen by Southern Company subsidiary, Georgia Power, in a competitive process through the nationally recognised Georgia Power Advanced Solar Initiative. The electricity and associated renewable energy credits generated by the 80-MW facility will be sold under a 25-year power purchase agreement with Georgia Power. Construction of the 80-MW facility is likely to start this month.

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Date:Feb 23, 2015
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