Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP represented the remarketing agent in connection with Georgia Power Company’s tax-exempt remarketing. The firm acted as counsel to BofA Securities, Inc., as the remarketing agent for the remarketing of $173 million Development Authority of Bartow County (Georgia) Pollution Control Revenue Bonds (Georgia Power Company Plant Bowen Project), First Series 2009 (the “Bartow Bonds”).

The Bartow Bonds were initially issued to provide funds to refinance the cost of the acquisition, construction, installation and equipping of certain air and water pollution control and sewage and solid waste disposal facilities located at Georgia Power Company’s (GPC) Bowen steam electric generating plant in Bartow County, Georgia.

GPC is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Southern Company. GPC is engaged in the generation, transmission, distribution and purchase of electricity and the sale of electric service within the state of Georgia at retail in over 530 cities and towns (including Athens, Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, Macon, Rome and Savannah), as well as in rural areas and at wholesale. 

The Hunton Andrews Kurth team included Steven C. FriendPatrick C. JamiesonMichelle G. Chan and Monika M. Dziewa.