Taxonomy Archives: Alabama
Alabama regulators dismiss challenge against utility’s solar charge, approve increase
Public Service Commission Dismisses Challenge Against Alabama Power’s Discriminatory Solar Charge, Approves Increase
MONTGOMERY, AL –Today the Alabama Public Service Commission dismissed a challenge against Alabama Power’s discriminatory solar charge
Administration Weakens Rule that Limits Toxic Wastewater from Coal Plants
WASHINGTON - In response to the Trump administration’s rollback of a crucial rule--known as Effluent Limitation Guidelines or ELG for power plants
Conservation Groups Challenge Trump Administration’s Attack on the Power of States and Local Residents to Protect Clean Water
CHARLESTON, S.C.—Conservation groups today challenged in federal court a Trump administration rollback of clean water protections
SELC Challenges TVA’s Long-term Contract Decision
SELC is challenging in federal court the Tennessee Valley Authority’s (TVA) monumental decision to implement never-ending contracts designed to keep local power distributors captive customers of the f...
SELC seeks nominations for Phil Reed Environmental Writing Award
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA—The Southern Environmental Law Center is now accepting submissions for the 2021 Phillip D. Reed Environmental Writing Awards.
Lawsuit: Government illegally “cut corners” to ram through NEPA changes
SELC Statement on U.S. House of Representatives Passing of the Great American Outdoors Act
WASHINGTON D.C. – Today, the Southern Environmental Law Center (SELC) released the following statement in response to the U.S. House of Representatives passing the Great American Outdoors Act.
Feds gut cornerstone environmental protection
Transparency Needed as Southern Utilities Announce Secret Talks to Create Energy Market
Today some of the region’s largest utilities revealed they have for months been engaged in talks to set up a market to sell power to each other at the wholesale level. These behind-closed doors negoti...