April 21, 2024

Georgia Power

Counterflow: Hair (and Pants) on Fire

The Washington Post’s warning that “America is running out of power” lacks context and distracts us from the real work at hand, says columnist Steve Huntoon.

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Southern Looks Beyond Vogtle After Challenging 2023
Southern Co. is forecasting 5 to 7% annual earnings growth thanks to a robust economy in Georgia.
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Vogtle 3 Activation Delayed Again for Safety Concerns
Southern Co. said that Unit 3 at Vogtle nuclear plant in Ga. suffered yet another delay and is not expected to come online until at least the second quarter.
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Southern Board Taps Womack as New CEO
Southern Co. announced that CEO Tom Fanning is set to step down from most of his roles, and Georgia Power CEO Chris Womack has been tapped as his successor.
IAEA Ministerial: Regulators Want to Change the Narrative on Nukes
The nuclear industry wants to change the conventional wisdom that says nuclear projects are always late, over budget and don't perform as expected.
SEEM Members Push for FERC’s Decision on Market Proposal
Members of the proposed Southeast Energy Exchange Market answered FERC's latest deficiency letter and urged the commission not to delay approval.
NARUC Session Discusses EV Rates, Customer Views
Researchers, utilities and stakeholders discussed EV rate designs and utility programs at NARUC's Annual Meeting and Education Conference.
NEI Sees Glass Half Full for Nuclear Industry
Despite record-high capacity factors and reduced operating costs, the U.S. nuclear power industry is threatened by federal and state policies and an "increasingly distorted" energy market, NEI CEO Maria Korsnick said.
NERC Conference Ponders the Human Element to Reliability
NERC offered lessons from firefighters, psychologists and the airline industry at its eighth annual Human Performance Conference.
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Georgia PSC Votes to Complete Vogtle Units
Georgia regulators voted to allow Georgia Power and its partners to complete the two nuclear reactors under construction at the Vogtle plant.

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