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1.Alabama Power Co
600 18th St N
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Alabama Power Company is a regional energy company with more than 40,000 megawatts of electric generating capacity in the Southeast. It is one of the largest producers of electricity in the United Sta
2.Alabama Power Co
1225 6th Ave N
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We hav power outages @ least 1-2 x's a Month it has been costly throwing Waway thousands of dollars of food there is 2 , 88y/0 people living here and I think it is good business to supply small genera
3.Alabama Power Co
PO Box 647
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3730 4th Ter N
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600 18th St N
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4132 Trax Dr
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7.Alabama Power Credit Union
3500 Main St
Premier Electrial Servcies, Inc
Serving the Fairfield area.
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