Press Releases

SELC Press Releases

PSC Approves Alabama Power’s Request for 500 MW of Renewable Energy

Today the Alabama Public Service Commission approved Alabama Power’s request to pursue 500 MW of renewable energy capacity, and provided recommendations for how the utility should proceed in carrying out the process for vetting projects. Read More »

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service on Notice for Failures to Protect the World’s Only Wild Red Wolves

Conservation groups today notified the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service of their intent to sue the agency for its failure to protect the world’s only wild population of red wolves and illegal action in authorizing the killing of a breeding female red w... Read More »

TVA’s Long-Range Plan Fails to Take Advantage of Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy

Today the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Board of Directors approved the federal utility’s integrated resource plan (IRP) to guide energy decisions for Tennessee and the other states in the TVA region over the next 20 years. Read More »

Press Statement: Alabama Power’s Request for Renewable Energy

Today the Alabama Public Service Commission heard testimony from Alabama Power Company on the utility’s request for approval on 500 MW of renewable energy capacity. Read More »

Clean Power Plan Provides Path for Safer Climate, Catalyst for Clean Energy Jobs in the Southeast

This afternoon the Obama Administration will release the final version of the Clean Power Plan, the country’s strongest action ever to reduce carbon pollution and pave the way for cleaner and more affordable energy choices. Read More »

South Carolina Utilities Remove over 1 Million Tons of Coal Ash

South Carolina utilities have removed over 1 million tons of coal ash from two sites covered by settlement agreements obtained by local conservation groups. Read More »

Press Statement on U.S. House of Representatives’ Vote to Weaken Federal Coal Ash Protections

In response to a bill passed today by the U.S. House of Representatives that weakens federal protections concerning coal ash storage and disposal, Southern Environmental Law Center Senior Attorney Frank Holleman released the following statement. Read More »

Citizens Groups Ask Court to Order Cleanup of Seven of 14 Duke Energy N.C. Coal Ash Sites

Citizens groups today asked Wake County Superior Court to conclude litigation over seven of 14 sites where Duke Energy stores coal ash. Read More »

More Access to Solar for more South Carolinians as PSC Approves Utility Solar Incentive Programs

The Public Service Commission has approved solar incentive programs offered by South Carolina’s investor-owned utilities. Read More »

TVA Integrated Resource Plan Shows Clean Energy Is Cost Competitive With Gas and Coal

Knoxville, TN—Today the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) released its final 2015 Integrated Resource Plan (IRP), a long-range plan that will guide TVA in identifying resources to meet the energy needs of the Tennessee Valley region over the next 20 y... Read More »

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