Southeast State and Local Govt's Stepped Up Their Electric Transportation Game in 2022
Electric vehicle (EV) sales trends and federal policies grab headlines, but state and local governments' actions are helping drive market growth.
Georgia PSC Grinches Deny Tricycles
A decision in the Georgia Power rate case last week failed to provide age-appropriate policy and will ensure Georgia remains a bottom-10 state for rooftop solar.
Senate Approves TVA Board Nominees
All six of President Biden's nominees for the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Board of Directors were confirmed by the US Senate on December 21, 2022.
TVA Nears Decision to Build New Gas Plant and Pipeline in Middle Tennessee
TVA is trying to lock in the gas plants it wants to build at Cumberland and Kingston so that these decisions cannot be backtracked in the next IRP.
Believe the Hype: The Electric Vehicle Tipping Point is Now
During the third quarter of 2022, EV market share hit several key milestones. Today, 14% of vehicle buyers are definitely buying an EV for their next car, with 22% seriously considering it.
Georgians tell Georgia Power: "Don't Raise my Bill"
From the coast to the capitol, Georgians are speaking out about Georgia Power’s proposed bill increases.
Here’s What Memphians Are Saying About MLGW’s Power Supply Considerations
Memphians are speaking up, saying they do not want to be tied to TVA indefinitely, but rather want MLGW to leave all options on the table right now. Here are some excerpts…
IIJA: Year One Reflections on Significant Electric Transportation Opportunities For the Southeast
How is the Infrastructure Investments and Jobs Act (IIJA) strengthening our communities? Reflecting on year one of the IIJA and contextualizing this policy in terms of dollars invested and opportunities created around…
It's November, Where does the 2022 North Carolina Carbon Plan Stand?
On October 24, all intervenors' post-hearing filings were due to the NCUC. These are the final step where intervenors tell Commissioners what we want to see in the final Carbon Plan. We…
The 2022 Rate Case: Georgia Power’s $2.9 Billion Ask
In the 2022 rate case, the Georgia PSC will determine what are "fair and reasonable" rates and charges Georgia Power can collect from its ~2.7 million customers over the next three years.