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New Report Highlights Economic Benefits of Electric Vehicles for Georgia

Contact: Anne Blair, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, 404-849- 7929, Katherine Stainken, Plug In America, 908-229-7837,   Atlanta, Ga. — A new report shows that policies supporting electric vehicles (EVs) can generate millions of dollars in net economic benefits to Georgia’s economy. The report was spurred by concern about a 90 percent drop in EVs sales in Georgia since the repeal of [ MORE » ]
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Learn About Atlantic Offshore Drilling Facts

As the Trump Administration attempts to open our shores to offshore drilling, please consider using the facts below to write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper. See tips on writing a letter to the editor and find the contact info of your local paper here. — Coastal Communities, Businesses, and Leaders Have Spoken Loudly: No Offshore Drilling! Tens of thousands of [ MORE » ]

Citizens Across the Country Join Hands Across the Sand to Send Message to President Trump: #ProtectOurCoast from Offshore Drilling

Tidal wave of opposition rises against efforts to expand offshore drilling Contact: Patrick Mitchell, (703) 276-3265 or Dede Shelton, Hands Across the Sand, (208) 724-5196 or Chris Carnevale, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, (843) 973-2637 or Pete Stauffer, Surfrider Foundation, (503) 887-0514 or Nancy Pyne, Oceana, (202) 467-1903 or Anne Hawke, Natural Resources Defense Council, (646) 823-4518 or [ MORE » ]

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   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 » ]

GA Power Stewart Co. Progress Report to GA PSC


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 » ]

15 VCM PSC PIA Staff Memo


SACE Final Brief 15th VCM – Vogtle Construction Monitoring Report


Georgia Regulators Approve Multi-Billion Dollar Cost Increase for Southern Company’s Delayed Plant Vogtle Reactors

Settlement Rewards Utility, Contractors for Years of Mistakes Contact: Jennifer Rennicks, SACE, 865.235.1448   Atlanta, Ga. (December 20, 2016) ///PRESS RELEASE/// Today the Georgia Public Service Commissioners unanimously approved a controversial settlement agreement that fails to provide substantial protections to Georgia Power customers for billions of dollars in increased costs associated with the likely 45-month delayed nuclear reactors under construction at Plant Vogtle in [ MORE » ]

Georgia Power Company’s Renewable Cost Benefit Analysis a Step in the Right Direction

Southern Alliance for Clean Energy Praises Agreement Contact: Jennifer Rennicks, SACE, 865.235.1448   Today, the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) thanks the Georgia Public Service Commission for its approval of the Joint Recommendation for the Renewable Cost Benefit (RCB) Framework. This framework will be utilized in the implementation of Georgia Power Company’s Renewable Energy Development Initiative (“REDI”). This program was approved as part [ MORE » ]