Clean Air & Energy

Clean Air & Energy

Georgia Power Rate Hike Approved, Costing Average Customer $100 a Year by 2016

In December 2013, the Georgia Public Service Commission approved a rate hike on behalf of Georgia Power.

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Commission Approves Rate Hike on Georgia Power Customers

Today the Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC) voted to approve Georgia Power’s proposed $870 million rate increase on its 2.1 million customers statewide. The PSC responded to public outcry against…

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Commission Approves Rate Hike on Georgia Power Customers

Today the Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC) voted to approve Georgia Power’s proposed $870 million rate increase on its 2.1 million customers statewide. The PSC responded to public outcry against…

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Coal Plant Developer Seeks Air Permit Extension from Ga. Environmental Agency

The developer of one of the few proposed new coal-fired power plants in the U.S. is trying to convince Georgia regulators to extend a key air permit that expires at the end of November, saying that a "regulatory…

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Atlantans Demand Action on Unchecked Carbon Pollution from Power Plants

Local leaders, faith leaders, public health officials and environmental advocates gathered today at an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) listening session to call for action on the unchecked carbon…

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Updated Rules for Coal Air Pollution, Recent Plant Struggles Underscore High Risk of Proposed Washington County Power Plant

New federal safeguards for coal pollution cast further doubt on the fate of the proposed Plant Washington coal-fired power plant in Sandersville, GA. The new standards come as the nation shifts toward…

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Historic Energy Plan Positions Georgia as Clean Energy Leader in Southeast

Today, in a decision applauded by political groups across the spectrum, the Georgia Public Service Commission, (PSC), voted to approve Georgia Power’s proposal to retire 20% of its coal plants and added…

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March 20th is Wind Energy Day at the Capitol

The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy is excited to host a legislative briefing on wind energy at the Georgia State Capitol.

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