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Georgia Power Gets More Solar Energy

February 2010 - The Georgia Public Service Commission amended Georgia Power Company's Green Energy program to provide that 50 percent of the program's renewable energy come from Georgia-based solar resources. Currently, only 10 percent comes from solar with the rest of the program's power being sourced from biomass. The amendment will increase the voluntary program's rate from $4.50/100 kilowatt-hour block to $5.00, or an increased premium of 0.5¢/kWh.

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