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VW Settlement: What Does it Mean for the Southeast?

Overview: In July 2016,Volkswagen (VW) agreed to a multiple-part settlement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as a result of the installation of ‘defeat devices’ on their diesel engines in violation of the Clean Air Act. This settlement will deliver the clean air promise VW failed to meet, and provides a huge opportunity for the Southeast to reduce diesel emissions and expand upon [ MORE » ]

GA Power Stewart Co. Progress Report to GA PSC


15 VCM PSC PIA Staff Memo


15VCM Data Request Response SACE Hearing Request No. 2-1


SACE Final Brief 15th VCM – Vogtle Construction Monitoring Report


SACE Final Brief Vogtle Settlement before GA PSC


Plains and Eastern Clean Line Affordable Wind Power for the Tennessee Valley

Clean Line – Memphis Fact Sheet What is the Plains and Eastern Clean Line? The Plains and Eastern Clean Line is a newly proposed high voltage direct current transmission project that would provide about 4,000 megawatts of high-quality Oklahoma/Texas wind power to Arkansas and Tennessee. It is expected to generate thousands of jobs, conserve water, reduce pollution, and enhance economic development across the Southeast. [ MORE » ]

Vogtle Prudency Joint Testimony GPC PSC Staff


Buffalo Mountain wind farm

Wind Power in the Southeast

Wind power is a clean, low-cost energy resource that can help reduce impacts of climate change. Wind energy also ensures clean air and water, protecting our public health and natural resources. Thanks to improved wind turbine technology, we can now collect wind resources more efficiently than before by using taller turbines with longer blades that can reach better wind speeds. Furthermore, the price of [ MORE » ]

Comments on EPA’s Proposed Design Details for the Clean Energy Incentive Program

SACE CEIP Comments_110116