Category: Southern Company
Mississippi Power Doubles Down on Uneconomic Coal Despite Southern Company’s “Low to No Carbon” Claim
Mississippi Power, a Southern Company subsidiary, is spending as much as $96.8 million to extend operations at the coal-fired Plant Daniel, despite the fact that the utility could save customers...
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.
Georgia Power Inaction on Renewables May Lead to Loss of Large Industrial Customer
As large electricity customers around the country are increasingly requesting renewable energy from their utilities, one utility’s failure to meet that demand has led it into a bitter legal dispute...
Strings Attached: How utilities use charitable giving to influence politics and increase investor profits
Download full report Southern Company Southern Company is a utility company that serves 4.68 million electric customers and 4.248 million gas customers across Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee, Virginia, and Illinois....
Southern Company and American Electric Power pledge to reduce emissions, but still support coal lobby group
Investors are calling on major companies to align their climate lobbying efforts with the Paris Agreement
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.
Utility Carbon Targets Reflect Decarbonization Slowdown In Crucial Next Decade
Many of the nation's largest utilities are planning to slow down their efforts to decarbonize, according to the companies' own goals.
Tom Fanning defends Southern Company’s low- to no-carbon goal in misleading interview
Fanning dismissed conflicting testimony from Georgia Power subsidiary about Southern Company's "low- to no-carbon" goals.