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Vogtle project costs soar once again

Less than a year after the Georgia Public Service Commission approved a several billion dollar cost increase at the troubled Plant Vogtle nuclear...

SELC intervenes to stop Georgians from bearing financial burden of mismangagement at Plant Vogtle

Following today’s opening hearing in Georgia Power Company’s 17th Semi-Annual Vogtle Construction Monitoring Report proceeding, several Georgia g...

Virginia announces move to tackle carbon pollution at the state level

Today Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe took a decisive step forward to fight climate change and to show the nation that, despite key environment...

Dominion Virginia Energy’s “green tariff” another monopoly move

The solar industry is booming across the country and gaining momentum both in job creation and popularity among customers. This week Dominion Vir...

Georgia Power adopts renewable energy increase advanced by SELC, partners

Georgia will continue to build on the success of its burgeoning clean energy economy through the state Public Service Commission’s final vote tod...

Georgia Power remains vague on details of coal ash closure plan

Georgia Power Company announced earlier today that plans to close its 29 coal ash ponds at 11 coal fired power plants across Georgia are in devel...

TVA’s updated planning document shows clean energy can compete

Today the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) released the final version of its planning document, which outlines how TVA intends to meet its region...

New study questions economic benefit claims of Atlantic Coast Pipeline

The claimed economic benefits of the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP) are overstated, lack sufficient supporting data, and fail to account...

Dominion sued by SELC and Sierra Club over coal ash leaks in Chesapeake, VA

Dangerous pollutants from coal ash pits at Dominion Virginia Power’s Chesapeake Energy Center are contaminating the groundwater and popular recre...

Alabama’s energy planning leaves citizens in the dark

Every year Alabama Power Company, the state’s largest utility, makes decisions that impact its customers and the state’s energy future. Unfortun...

TVA’s draft long-range energy plan misses the opportunity to capitalize on energy efficiency

The Tennessee Valley Authority released its draft 2015 Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) detailing how the federal utility will generate electricity...

NewsChannel 5 investigates coal ash lawsuit against TVA

Ben Hall of NewsChannel 5 in Nashville reports that Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) actually wanted the state to sue when it became clear that i...

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