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In determining its awards, EUCG examined a combination of operations and maintenance (O&M) costs and reliability as measured by equivalent forced outage rate (EFOR) of power plants across the country for 2011.
Southern Company (NYSE: SO), one of the largest producers of energy, announced today that its coal, nuclear, hydro and gas plants have set a new record for equivalent forced outage rates during the peak season, which runs from June through August.
The revised guidance is due primarily to a cooler than normal summer (measured as cooling degree days) and to a lesser extent, to our base load coal-fired plants not continuing to perform at a level sufficient enough to make up for the company's high unplanned outage level (as measured by equivalent forced outage rate or EFOR) in the first quarter of this year.