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Florida Public Service Commission to Consider Territorial Dispute Between Coop and Gulf Power

Gulf Power Company, part of Atlanta, Georgia’s, Southern Company, is in dispute with Choctawhatchee Electric Cooperative (CEC) over which utility will provide electric service to a new mixed-use development in the Florida panhandle. The development, Free
April 25, 2011

Gulf Power Company, part of Atlanta, Georgia’s, Southern Company, is in dispute with Choctawhatchee Electric Cooperative (CEC) over which utility will provide electric service to a new mixed-use development in the Florida panhandle. The development, Freedom Parkway, located in Crestview, Florida, consists of roughly 171 acres and will serve both residential and commercial customers. Although Gulf Power provides electricity to the east of the project, CEC argues that it has more of a historical presence in the area. Follow the link to get access to the full docket.

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