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Georgia-Alabama-South Carolina System: The Georgia-Alabama-South Carolina System consists of ten projects located in Georgia, Alabama, and South Carolina. The power generated at these projects is sold to 186 preference customers in Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, North Carolina, Mississippi, and Florida.
Kerr-Philpott System: The Kerr-Philpott System consists of two projects - the John H. Kerr Project located on the Roanoke River, and the Philpott Project located on the Smith River in Virginia. Power generated at these projects is marketed to preference customers in North Carolina and Virginia.
Cumberland System: There are ten projects in the Cumberland System located in Tennessee, Kentucky, and West Virginia. The power produced at these projects is delivered to 22 preference customers in Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois, Mississippi, and North Carolina.
Jim Woodruff System: The Jim Woodruff System is a one-project system located in the northern panhandle of Florida near the Georgia-Florida border. This system has seven customers located in the northern part of Florida.
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