It’ll still be nuclear, coal and natural gas that gives Georgians most of their electricity in 2062, Bowers predicted Wednesday, even if the company did sign on last week to triple its solar power use by 2017.
“Renewable (energy sources are) going to have a sliver,” Bowers said of fuels to create electricity. “Is it going to be 2 or 4 percent? That’s yet to be determined. Economics will drive that. But you always remember (that renewable energy is) an intermittent resource. It’s not one you can depend on 100 percent of the time.”
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