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Georgia Power to shutter 15 coal- and oil-fired power plants

Georgia's largest power provider announced today that it will retire 15 coal- and oil-fired generating units by April 2016. Georgia Power, Southern Co.'s largest division, said it will ask the Georgia Public Service Commission to decertify units at four of its power plants as it reformulates its generating strategy.

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