Georgia Power and its parent Southern Company are trying to keep open options for new types of electricity generation, but political concerns hover in the background.

The company is seeking approval from the Georgia Public Service Commission for its latest 20-year plan, approval required every three years under state law. The company is to look at projections for customer demand for power, generation costs and environmental restrictions as it evaluates which power source to bet on and which to de-emphasize. 

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