Total Vogtle Bill to Be Slightly Smaller for Georgia Power Customers

The five members of the Georgia Public Service Commission voted unanimously on December 20 to approve a settlement (Docket No. 29849) with Georgia Power that will save the utility’s 2.5 million customers about $325 million over the next four years for cost overruns at the much-delayed Nuclear Plant Vogtle Construction Project.

Merger Plan Guarantees Georgia Power’s Electric Base Rates Through 2019

Georgia Power – an investor-owned, utility that serves 2.4 million Peach State customers – announced on April 14 that its base electric rates will remain flat through 2019. This three-year rate assurance is in addition to a net reduction of approximately $2.50 in the overall … Read more…

Raley’s Grocery Chain Chooses Revolution Lighting

Raley’s Grocery Chain Chooses Revolution Lighting

Raley’s, a family owned grocery chain in headquartered in California, has selected Revolution Lighting Technologies to provide LEDs for its retail stores. The company has used $300,000 worth of Revolution’s G3 LED tubes in seven locations in the ongoing project, according to the press release. The … Read more…

As Natural Gas Prices Dip, Georgia Power Requests Lower Fuel Rates

Georgia Power filed a request (Document Filing #160292) with the Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC) on September 21 to reduce fuel rates by 11 percent – or about $268 million in annual fuel billings. The Atlanta-based electric utility, which serves 2.4 million customers, said the … Read more…

Hartsfield-Jackson Airport Receives Rebate for LEDs

Hartsfield-Jackson Airport Receives Rebate for LEDs

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport received a rebate check for $45,901 from Georgia Power this week. The check was for upgrades to thousands of taxiway fixtures on the north and south runways last year. Georgia Power says that the new LEDs last as long as 200,000 … Read more…

Georgia Power Begins 30 MW Solar Project at Naval Submarine Base

Georgia Power Begins 30 MW Solar Project at Naval Submarine Base

Georgia Power has begun construction of a 30 MW solar project at the Naval Submarine Base (SUBASE) Kings Bay near St. Marys, Georgia. The SUBASE Kings Bay project is expected to occupy 258 acres on the base and utilize approximately 136,000 ground-mounted photovoltaic (PV) panels … Read more…

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