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SACE Comments on 2017-2022 OCS Oil and Gas Leasing Proposed Program

SACE Comments on 2017-2022 Proposed Program
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Petition Letter Thanking Obama Administration for Removing Atlantic From Offshore Oil and Gas Plan

Dear President Obama, Secretary Jewell, and Director Hopper, Thank you for listening to the residents and businesses of the Mid- and South-Atlantic coast and removing the Atlantic lease sale from the 2017-2022 Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Leasing Program.
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Learn About FPL’s Polluting Turkey Point Site – Already a Problem

News: Expert Report Provides Affordable, Practical Solution to FPL’s Polluting Cooling Canal System at Turkey Point [Blog here] News: Citizen groups file federal Clean Water Act lawsuit against FPL for ongoing pollution in Biscayne Bay News in review: FL Senate committees hold public workshop to discuss FPL’s polluting Turkey Point cooling canal system SACE, partners intend to file Clean Water Act suit again FPL’s [ MORE » ]
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Prevent New Reactors at Watts Bar

NEW: Nuclear Regulatory Commission Finally Issues Operating License for TVA’s Watts Bar 2 Bulletin of Atomic Scientists – “Watts Bar 2: A Cautionary Tale” & LA Times Column: “America’s newest nuke plant shows why nuclear power is dying in the U.S.” Nuclear Regulatory Commissioners Ignore Fukushima Lessons Learned – Denies SACE’s Appeal in Licensing of TVA’s Watts Bar 2 Reactor SACE is working to [ MORE » ]
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Prevent New Reactors in Georgia

LATEST: Georgia Regulators Approve Multi-Billion Dollar Cost Increase for Southern Company’s Delayed Plant Vogtle Reactors Recent news: SACE files final brief & Georgia Regulators to Conduct “Non-Review” of Multi-Billion Dollar Cost Increases for Nuclear Power Expansion Project Decision reached: Georgia PSC approves $99 million for Georgia Power to explore new reactors in Stewart Co. along the Chattahoochee River & Georgia Water Coalition selects water-guzzling [ MORE » ]
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Prevent New Nuclear Reactors in Florida

News: Expert Report Provides Affordable, Practical Solution to FPL’s Polluting Cooling Canal System at Turkey Point [Blog here] News: Citizen groups file federal Clean Water Act lawsuit against FPL for ongoing pollution in Biscayne Bay News: Florida Public Service Commission defers nuclear cost recovery from FPL customers to 2017 Action: Sign the petition opposing the licensing of FPL’s Turkey Point nuclear expansion! (en Español) [ MORE » ]
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Stop New Coal in Georgia

While new coal plants around the nation are going bankrupt, raising power costs for small towns and getting canceled before the first shovel of dirt is turned over (and utilities around the Southeast are planning to retire old plants), Georgia still has one in the works: Plant Washington, proposed by Power4Georgians (P4G) in 2008. Power4Georgians was originally a consortium of utility co-ops (Electric Membership [ MORE » ]
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Ask the PSC to Hold Alabama Power Accountable

Like many states, Alabama has an elected Public Service Commission (PSC) that oversees investor-owned utilities (that means Alabama Power). The Alabama PSC, however, lacks critical transparency and accountability measures that are present in other states. We believe the inability of third parties to participate formally in PSC proceedings is part of the reason Alabama continues to be so heavily reliant on outdated fossil technology. [ MORE » ]
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Prevent New Nuclear Reactors in the Southeast

Join Southern Alliance for Clean Energy’s multiple efforts at local, state and federal levels to prevent risky new nuclear reactors from being built in the Southeast and advocate for safe, clean and affordable energy choices that can reduce carbon emissions and preserve our water resources including energy efficiency and conservation, wind and solar. With an already high reliance on nuclear power and many utilities [ MORE » ]
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Prevent TVA’s Bellefonte Reactors

VICTORY!!! TVA suspends plans to develop Bellefonte nuclear site! Take the poll – what would you do with the Bellefonte site? TVA Urged to Protect Tennessee River Waterfront During Sale of Bellefonte Southern Alliance for Clean Energy and our partners have worked for many years to stop the Tennessee Valley Authority’s risky plan to complete its two aging Bellefonte reactors (Units 1 & 2) [ MORE » ]