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Wake Wind Energy Center Acquired by Southern Power

Invenergy Wind LLC, the original developer of Wake Wind, still owns the remaining interest in the project.

Southern Company Station to Host Test of Fuel Cell Carbon Capture Tech

The new technology is being developed jointly by FuelCell Energy Inc. and ExxonMobil.

Southern Power Completes Purchase of Mankato Energy Center

The Mankato, Minnesota-based facility consists of the 375-MW Mankato Energy Center I and the 345-MW Mankato Energy Center II expansion under development.

Southern Nuclear Sets New Outage Record at Vogtle Unit 2

About halfway through the spring 2016 outage at the Alvin W. Vogtle electric generating station in eastern Georgia, workers were ahead of schedule and gaining momentum.

Recurrent Energy Completes 200-MW Solar Project

Recurrent Energy, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Canadian Solar, Inc., today announced the commercial operation of the 200-MW Tranquility solar power project in California. The project is majority-owned by Southern Power, a subsidiary of Southern Company, who in August 2015 acquired a 51-percent controlling interest in the facility

Large-Scale Solar Project in Southern California Operational

A new large-scale solar plant in Southern California is fully operational, independent power producer Tenaska said Tuesday.
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Southern Power to Acquire Two Natural Gas-Fired Units in Minnesota

Southern Power, a unit of Southern Co., will acquire two natural gas units in Minnesota from Calpine Corp.
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Southern Power Buys Third Oklahoma Wind Energy Project

A 147-MW wind energy facility in Oklahoma was sold to a subsidiary of Southern Co.

Southern Nuclear, X-energy Team on Advanced Reactor Development

A subsidiary of Southern Nuclear Operating Co. and X-energy LLC signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on development of X-energy’s High Temperature Gas-Cooled Reactor.

Southern Nears Greenhouse Gas Permit for 920-MW Texas Peaking Project

Project based around four simple-cycle, natural gas-fired turbines.

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