A settlement agreement among Georgia Power, clean energy advocates, and state regulators’ staff could result in several billion dollars of costs being passed along to company shareholders for the beleaguered Plant Vogtle nuclear expansion project.
Georgia is defying skepticism surrounding electric vehicle sales and is seeing a surge in EV registration and infrastructure investments.
One year after the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act, a once-in-a-generation investment in the climate and clean energy, it is clear that the landmark law has already had positive impacts on the national and state economies.
It has been one year since the Inflation Reduction Act was signed into law by President Joe Biden.
The formerly pristine reputation of the U.S. government’s debt lost a little more luster after another prominent rating agency demoted Uncle Sam from its AAA perch.
With summer coming to an end, kids are headed back to school, but for college graduates, it also means resuming payments on their federal student loans after a hiatus of more than three years.
Georgia Power customers have been vocal about their displeasure over ratepayers bearing the hefty tab for the nuclear power expansion at Plant Vogtle.
Despite the rise in unemployment rate, the nation’s total nonfarm payroll employment increased by 339,000 jobs.
To many people, the image of a nuclear family in a stand-alone house with a green lawn and white picket fence still represents a fulfillment of the American dream.
Most Georgia college students will pay about the same tuition and fees this fall, but University System of Georgia Chancellor Sonny Perdue warned that a state budget cut could put college presidents in a tough position.