For decades, government scientists have toiled away trying to make nuclear fusion work. Will commercial companies sprint to the finish?
Funding from the Department of Energy will be used to ensure Black Georgians have equal access to the state's growing electric transportation networks and industry.
With Georgia vying to become the nation’s e-mobility capital, the state may be about to embark on an initiative aimed at increasing the number of electric vehicles traveling Georgia streets and highways.
Georgia’s electric membership corporations (EMCs) received a $250 million federal grant Wednesday for a series of grid improvement and clean energy projects.
Low- and moderate-income Georgia homeowners have a new opportunity to benefit from solar panels on their roof without spending tens of thousands of dollars upfront.
Coastal Georgia boasts an abundance of sunshine and a rapidly growing abundance of warehouses. But rarely do these two combine to produce electricity from rooftop solar.
Churches are taking advantage of federal funds for energy efficiency and solar panels, made available through the 2022 Inflation Reduction Act.
Solar, the most affordable form of energy in Georgia, has momentous support from both sides of the political aisle — and it’s combating climate change.
When President Biden talks about tackling climate change, he talks about economic opportunities. Offshore wind promises to provide many opportunities, but it's not for everyone.
Utilities from six Southeastern states have formed a coalition to seek federal funding aimed at furthering research into hydrogen as a source of energy.
Runoff from a growing number of giant solar farms polluting rivers and streams in rural South Georgia is becoming a major concern, an official with the state Environmental Protection Division said Monday.
A report released this week by the Sierra Club faults dozens of utilities that provide a major chunk of U.S. electric generation for failing to speed up their decarbonization efforts. Georgia Power is among them.
The recently passed Inflation Reduction Act doesn’t have “climate” in its name but it’s expected to bring an estimated $180 million of investment in large-scale clean power generation and storage to Georgia by 2030 and add almost 110,000 clean energy jobs in the state.
Georgia Power is nearing its limit on residential solar panels. Environmental groups want to expand the program.
The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy has mapped out ways for Georgia Power's parent company to switch to renewable energy by 2035.