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Georgia Water Coalition Comments on Georgia EPD Proposed Coal Ash Amendments

Georgia Water Coalition Comments on Georgia EPD Proposed Coal Ash Amendments Georgia Water Coalition Comments on Georgia EPD Proposed Coal Ash Amendments Attachment 1 Georgia Water Coalition Comments on Georgia EPD Proposed Coal Ash Amendments Attachment 2  
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Final Comments EPA’s NPDES Rulemaking

Final Comments EPA’s NPDES Rulemaking
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Comments on TVA’s Shawnee Coal Plant Bottom Ash Dewatering Facility Draft Environmental Assessment

Shawnee dewatering draft EA comments SC et al revised signatories 7_18_16
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Comments on TVA’s Final Ash Impoundment Closure Environmental Impact Statement

2016-07-08 SELC et al Comments on Ash Impoundment Closure FEIS Final
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SACE Applauds Florida Power and Light’s Announcement to Phase Out Another Coal-Fired Power Plant

Contact: Jennifer Rennicks, SACE, jennifer@cleanenergy.org, 865-235-1448   Tampa, Fla. – Florida Power and Light (FPL) recently announced plans to acquire the Indiantown coal-fired generating plant south of Port St. Lucie and likely phase it out of service, resulting in a reduction of over half a million tons of carbon dioxide emissions annually. FPL, which is under a contract to buy power from the plant [ MORE » ]
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SACE Statement in Response to Georgia Power’s Announcement on Coal Ash Pond Closures 

Contact: Amelia Shenstone, SACE, 339-223-0536, amelia@cleanenergy.org   Atlanta, Ga. — Today, Georgia Power announced updates to its coal ash pit closure plan. The utility announced in April that it would be closing all 29 of its ash pits, but gave few details on the manner of closure. Today’s update increases the number of pits whose contents will be excavated, from 4 to sixteen; significantly [ MORE » ]
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Coal Ash Stories Tour Engages Communities across Florida

Films Provide Call to Action on Coal Ash Contamination   CONTACTS: Melissa Williams, Sierra Club, melissa.williams@sierraclub.org, 828-545-0443 Amelia Shenstone, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, Amelia@cleanenergy.org, 404-373-5832 x3 Peter Harrison, Waterkeeper Alliance, pharrison@waterkeeper.org, 828-5820422 Rhiannon Fionn, Coal Ash Chronicles, rhi@coalashchronicles.com, 704-577-0817     January 21, 2016, Florida – Beginning Jan. 28, organizations across Florida will launch “Coal Ash Stories,” a statewide screening tour featuring four [ MORE » ]
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IEEFA Study: Georgia Power Should Retire Plant Hammond

A tele presser to release this study was held on November 18; recording here. A short presentation for the tele presser can be found here. A full copy of the report is available here.   ATLANTA, Nov. 18, 2015 – A study published today by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) concludes that Georgia Power’s aging Plant Hammond should be retired. [ MORE » ]
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Conservation Groups Challenge NC Environmental Agency’s Sweetheart Settlement with Duke Energy over Widespread Coal Ash Contamination

Contact: D.J. Gerken, SELC, 828-258-2023 or djgerken@selcnc.org or Frank Holleman, SELC, 864-979-9431 or fholleman@selcnc.org   CHAPEL HILL, N.C.—In a legal challenge filed today, conservation groups across North Carolina asked the state Superior Court to overturn approval of a settlement between Duke Energy and the N.C. Department of Environmental Quality over the utility’s coal ash pollution throughout the state. Duke had appealed a monetary penalty [ MORE » ]
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At the Clean Power Plan rally in Atlanta, GA on August 5, 2015.

Engaging on Energy: The Clean Power Plan – A New Opportunity for Clean Energy in the Southeast

In August, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finalized the first-ever rules to curb carbon pollution from existing power plants under the Clean Air Act. In addition to reducing carbon emissions by 32% below 2005 levels by 2030, the rule incentivizes the early adoption of renewable energy like solar and wind, as well as energy efficiency programs that benefit low-income communities. Benefits of the Clean [ MORE » ]