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New-Build Coal Plants Under Fire in Georgia, New Partners Sought as Biggest Investor Leaves Project


Industry Segment: Power | Word Count: 1074 Words

SUGAR LAND--March 19, 2012--Written by John Egan for Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--Plans to build a $2.1 billion, grassroot coal-fired generator in Georgia are "still alive and well" despite the loss of the project's largest investor in late January. So says Dean Alford, a spokesman for a group of four Georgia electric cooperatives that continue to develop the Washington County Generating Station, an 850-megawatt coal-fired generator scheduled to be built in Sandersville, Georgia.

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