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|StateProcess=In Georgia, a public utility may exercise the right of eminent domain for the purpose of constructing or expanding an electric transmission line. A utility is means a person, corporation or other entity that generates, transmits, distributes, supplies, or sells electricity for public or private use in Georgia or generates electricity in Georgia for transmission or distribution outside the state. [[Georgia – Ga. Code Ann. §§22-3-160 et seq., Electric Transmission Lines |Ga. Code Ann. §22-3-160]].
 
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|SitingProcess=A public utility may exercise the right of eminent domain for the purposes of constructing or expanding an electric transmission line in Georgia. A public utility is defined as person, corporation or other entity that generates, transmits, distributes, supplies, or sells electricity for public or private use in Georgia or generates electricity in Georgia for transmission or distribution outside the state. [[Georgia – Ga. Code Ann. §§22-3-160 et seq., Electric Transmission Lines |Ga. Code Ann. §22-3-160]].
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Georgia Bulk Transmission Siting & Regulation(8-GA)

In Georgia, a public utility may exercise the right of eminent domain for the purpose of constructing or expanding an electric transmission line. A utility is means a person, corporation or other entity that generates, transmits, distributes, supplies, or sells electricity for public or private use in Georgia or generates electricity in Georgia for transmission or distribution outside the state. Ga. Code Ann. §22-3-160.

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Transmission Siting: A public utility may exercise the right of eminent domain for the purposes of constructing or expanding an electric transmission line in Georgia. A public utility is defined as person, corporation or other entity that generates, transmits, distributes, supplies, or sells electricity for public or private use in Georgia or generates electricity in Georgia for transmission or distribution outside the state. Ga. Code Ann. §22-3-160.
Transmission Siting Threshold: A line that is at least 115 kV or more with a length of at least one mile.