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Continued Mismanagement of Plant Vogtle Nuclear Units 3 & 4 will Cost Ratepayers

Exhibiting poor judgment, Georgia Power Company has repeatedly inaccurately estimated costs for Plant Vogtle units 3 & 4. This mismanagement will result in excessive costs for both ratepayers and shareholders.

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Georgia Power's Long-Term Energy Plans Make Progress on Clean Energy, But Key Issues Deferred

On Thursday, July 21st, the Georgia Public Service Commission concluded the months-long process of deciding on Georgia Power’s 2022 Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) or long-term resource plan. The results of the IRP…

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What's at the Center of the Georgia Power 2022 Rate Case?

We're still a few weeks away from final PSC decisions on the Georgia Power IRP (Integrated Resource Plan) and yet we've already begun the companion Rate Case process. The Company made its…

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Georgia Power’s 2022 Integrated Resource Plan in the Home Stretch: Yet Key Issues Remain 

A number of issues that we (Southern Alliance for Clean Energy & Southface), and other parties, are concerned about, were either omitted from the Stipulation or otherwise insufficiently addressed.

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Georgia Residents Continue Speaking Up About the IRP

Georgia Power, the investor-owned utility that has monopoly status and serves customers in 150 counties in Georgia, is planning for its next two decades of energy use, and Georgia residents are making…

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Georgians are Speaking Up About Georgia Power’s Energy Plan

SACE and partners are hosting a public meeting in Athens, Georgia on May 19 to help inform the public about Georgia Power's long-term energy resource planning process and ways to submit comments…

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SACE is launching a new grassroots campaign in Georgia!

Join us as we work to Renew Georgia by coming together to be the generation that secures a stable climate and prosperous future through a clean energy transformation that benefits us all.

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Georgia Power Has Failed to Achieve (or Pursue) Higher Efficiency Savings

Integrated Resource Planning is meant to find the least cost, most reliable, and least risky resources to meet customers' future energy needs. Unfortunately, Georgia Power sidelined energy efficiency in its most recent…

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Georgia’s Energy Future Is Being Planned at the PSC

A key hearing took place last week as part of a planning process to determine what types of energy will power Georgia for the coming decades. Georgians have the opportunity to advocate…

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Georgia Legislators Face Big Clean Energy and Transportation Opportunities

A number of bills at the Georgia General Assembly could bring home benefits of clean energy, electric vehicles, and grow energy equity. Here are five policies of particular significance.