The final several weeks of Georgia Power’s $2.9 billion rate case will determine whether state regulators sign off on plans for customers to pay hundreds of dollars more per year to keep the lights on.
Catch up on key developments and the latest in-depth coverage of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
The crash left parts of Montgomery County without power on Sunday evening. For hours, the passengers remained stuck 100 feet in the air as officials prepared to rescue them.
Duralex glassware maker is just one company that's suspended operations over spiking energy costs after a cutoff of Russian natural gas.
Demand for batteries has sent lithium prices soaring. But building new mines is controversial and time-consuming. So existing mines are hitting overdrive and boosting production as much as they can.
Ukraine says Russia is using the cold as a weapon against Ukrainians, by targeting the country's ability to heat and power homes. Repair crews are struggling to restore power to damaged areas.
Wealthy nations may instead reshuffle money earmarked for other goals like limiting and adapting to global warming. That could hamstring efforts to deal with climate change in low-income countries
The U.S. wants to mine lithium for electric vehicle batteries to meet climate change goals. But residents near a proposed open-pit mine object.
President Biden touted American progress reining in emissions and said he intends to push for more money for developing countries. Here's what happened at COP27 today.
Utilities from six Southeastern states have formed a coalition to seek federal funding aimed at furthering research into hydrogen as a source of energy.
Georgia Power is pushing for a 12% increase in electricity rates over the next three years, along with other requests over the next year that could saddle ratepayers reimbursing for higher fuel costs and the snakebitten nuclear expansion at Plant Vogtle.
Russia's war in Ukraine also threatens to wreck climate goals, members of Congress arrive, and an actor changes his name to draw attention to global warming
A U.S. funding plan for lower-income countries faced criticism and a big map of who is releasing greenhouse gasses was released. Here's what happened at COP27 today.
The plan would allow companies to buy carbon credits from developing nations that cut their greenhouse gas emissions. Critics say carbon markets often fail to deliver climate benefits.
Pakistan's leader sounded the alarm, climate scientists called for more equitable research and the U.N. tried to crack down on greenwashing. Here's what happened at COP27 today.