Georgia Power seeks approval to convert coal-fired Plant Mitchell to biomass
This article highlights the Georgia Power effort to convert their coal-fired Plant Mitchell to wood biomass. The plant would have the capacity to produce 96MW of electricity. If approved, the plant conversion could be completed by 2012.
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