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MLGW Receives $1 Million to Address Extreme Energy Burdens

Just Energy Memphis Coalition Behind the Push for TVA’s Investment   NAACP Media Contact: Latrivia Welch, Welch Public Relations, 901-922-9399, Latrivia@WelchPr.com Partner Stakeholder Contacts: Jennifer Rennicks, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, Jennifer@cleanenergy.org, 865-235-1448 Rita Harris, Sierra Club, rita.harris@sierraclub.org, 901-497-5798 Deidre Malone, President@NaacpMemphis.org , 901-521-1343   (March 22, 2017 – Memphis, Tenn.) Today, during a meeting of the Memphis Light, Gas and Water (MLGW) Board [ MORE » ]
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Analysis of Solar Capacity Equivalent Values for the South Carolina Electric and Gas System

SCEG Solar Capacity Value analysis SACE 032117
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Consumers Win In Gulf Power Settlement

Proposed Drastic Fixed Charge Hike Rescinded Contact: Alissa Schafer, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, alissa@cleanenergy.org, (754) 307-7451 Pamela Goodman, League of Women Voters of Florida, pamelasgoodman@gmail.com, (561) 843-1233 Bradley Marshall, Earthjustice, bmarshall@earthjustice.org, (850) 681-0031   Tallahassee, Fla. (March 20, 2017) – In a settlement to a challenge mounted by the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy and the League of Women Voters of Florida, represented [ MORE » ]
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Clean Energy Advocates, Solar Businesses Urge Swift Implementation of SB 90 as Florida’s Legislature Convenes

Contact: Susan Glickman, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, 727-742-9003, susan@cleanenergy.org   Tallahassee, Fla. – As the 2017 Florida Legislative Session begins tomorrow on Tuesday, March 7, clean energy advocates and solar businesses are urging elected leaders in Tallahassee to swiftly and cleanly implement Amendment 4, the solar tax abatement proposal, which passed in Florida’s August primary with 73 percent support. An Amendment 4 implementation [ MORE » ]
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Seasonal Electric Demand in the Southeast United States

Seasonal Electric Demand in SE – SACE – March 2017
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Toshiba-Westinghouse Financial Crisis Casualty: Southern Company’s Georgia Power suspends pursuit of new nuclear reactors in Stewart County Georgia

Contact: Jennifer Rennicks, 865-235-1448 or jrennicks@cleanenergy.org   Atlanta, Ga. – In the wake of Toshiba’s financial meltdown, Georgia Power discussed at a hearing today before the Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC) the utility’s decision to suspend activities associated with pursuing new nuclear reactors in Stewart County, Georgia along the Chattahoochee River. Georgia Power summarized the decision in a document filed late Tuesday with the [ MORE » ]
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GA Power Stewart Co. Progress Report to GA PSC

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Monroe Co. FPL Turkey Point Cooling Towers Resolution

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Experts: Duke Energy Favors Expensive New Plants over Lower Cost Clean Energy

Studies Submitted to NC Utility Commission as Annual Review of Duke Energy Plans Underway Contact: Gudrun Thompson, SELC, 919-967-1450   CHAPEL HILL, N.C.— Adding more energy efficiency, solar and wind power to Duke Energy’s energy mix will lower costs for its customers in North Carolina, but the utility is using a flawed analysis to justify building costly new gas and nuclear power plants, according [ MORE » ]
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Georgia Regulators Reject Advisory Staff’s Recommendation for Beleaguered Plant Vogtle Nuclear Expansion Project

Serious challenges remain, including financial meltdown of Toshiba/Westinghouse, more than seven years into construction   Atlanta, Ga. (February 21, 2017) ///PRESS RELEASE/// As Japanese giant Toshiba faces financial ruin because of subsidiary Westinghouse’s massive losses from new AP1000 nuclear reactor projects under construction in the U.S., the Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC) today unanimously approved an additional $141 million in expenditures for Georgia Power [ MORE » ]