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Georgia Power's Green Energy Program Redesigned to Include More Solar Power
Date:4/27/2010

ATLANTA, April 27  /PRNewswire/ -- Georgia Power received approval April 20 from the Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC) to modify its Green Energy program, giving customers more solar options.

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At the request of PSC Commission Chair Lauren "Bubba" McDonald, the program has been redesigned to include the following:

Premium Green Energy – This option will now contain 50 percent solar energy at a cost of $5 per 100-kilowatt-hour (kWh) block.  The option previously cost $4.50 per 100 kWh block and contained 10 percent solar energy.  

Under the revised program, the Standard Green Energy, Large Volume Purchase and Special Events Purchase options remain unchanged.  

In addition to these changes, the PSC also approved Georgia Power raising the solar capacity cap under its Renewable Non Renewable (RNR) tariff from 1.5 megawatts (MW) to 2.5 MW.  The company will now purchase solar energy from customers through this tariff at a new price of 17 cents per kWh.

Georgia Power and the Commission worked together to develop a new mechanism that will automatically raise the solar capacity cap as participation in the Green Energy program grows.  Under this mechanism, for every 219 blocks of Premium Green Energy that are purchased by customers, Georg
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