Vote on Renewables in Georgia

May 23, 2002 [] Shareholders of Atlanta, Georgia-based utility Southern Co. will vote today on a resolution that would require the company to convert 1 percent of its power generation capacity to wind and solar every year for the next 20 years. The company urged its shareholders to vote against the so called “clean energy resolution.” Southern Co. gets more than 70 percent of its electricity from coal-burning power plants. A similar measure was overwhelmingly defeated last year.
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