The Georgia Power coal ash pond at Plant Scherer, seen here in this undated company photo, will be closed over the next three years.
The Georgia Power coal ash pond at Plant Scherer, seen here in this undated company photo, will be closed over the next three years. Fabian, Liz - Macon Special to The Telegraph
The Georgia Power coal ash pond at Plant Scherer, seen here in this undated company photo, will be closed over the next three years. Fabian, Liz - Macon Special to The Telegraph

Georgia Power spending nearly $2 billion to retire coal ash ponds

June 20, 2016 4:23 PM

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