Category: Alabama Power
Tom Fanning Southern Company Matrix Scandal: What don’t we know?
A long-time consultant for Alabama Power hired a private investigator to surveil Tom Fanning, the CEO of its parent company, Southern Company, according to documents reported by AL.com yesterday. Matrix,...
Alabama Power-funded PAC builds almost $4 million election warchest
Alabama Commissioner Jeremy Oden may have used his office for campaign purposes
Alabama Power contributed more than $176k to leaders of Alabama’s anti-LGTBQ+ bills
Alabama Power and its political action committee have contributed more than $176,000 since January 2021 to Alabama politicians who drove that state’s passage of anti-LGTBQ+ bills, including Alabama Governor Kay...
New records suggest Alabama Power paid millions to shadowy consulting groups involved in scandals throughout the Southeast
Payments went to monitor environmental groups
Some utility companies “pause” or “evaluate” PAC giving; others remain silent
Alabama Power contributed to rally sponsor RLDF in 2020
Pollution Payday: Analysis of executive compensation and incentives of the largest U.S. investor-owned utilities
Download full report Southern Company Southern Company is a utility company that serves electric and gas customers across Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee, Virginia, and Illinois. Southern Company also operates an...
Alabama Power earned $1+ billion in profits over industry average on the backs of customers since 2014
The profits on top of industry average, and allowed by the Alabama Public Service Commission, total to just over $700 per Alabama Power customer account over the years 2014-2018.
Southern Company Attempts to Block Public Input in Resource Planning; Entergy Joins in Mississippi
Southern Company and Entergy have been objecting to participation in regulatory proceedings such as integrated resource plans and certificates of public need.
Southern Company’s “Low to No Carbon” Pledge Misleads Investors, Public
New disclosures show Southern Company has spent the past year misleading investors about its carbon reduction goals.