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Cars

Electric cars are the subject of political action in New York State and Georgia as leaders address the EV revolution.

Clean Power

Georgia Public Service Commission votes unanimously to establish clean energy working group, but rejects expansion of popular rooftop solar program

Cars

Politics, jobs, and the EV revolution. Nothing is ever certain.

Cars

The State of Georgia will not let Rivian sell its electric vehicles directly to its customers within the state. There were initially two bills...

Clean Transport

Georgia Republicans think that the new Rivian electric truck factory will destroy local ecosystems and harm the community. It may seem strange that Republicans...

Clean Power

ATLANTA, GA  — A new NRDC analysis shows that the Build Back Better Act, as it currently stands, has the potential to significantly accelerate...

Clean Power

With the infrastructure bill finally in the rear view mirror, the solar industry is still missing one key piece of the puzzle.

Clean Power

The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and the Georgia Institute of Technology have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to...

Cars

Commissioner Tim Echols of the State of Georgia Public Service Commission penned an op-ed and invited us to share it. Before I do, I...

Batteries

On National Solar Appreciation Day, Georgia Power announced that it is adding 2,260 megawatts (MW) of renewables to its energy mix by 2025. The...

Clean Transport

Rivian Automotive dropped by the Georgia State Capitol building on Tuesday, March 2nd, and Georgia’s Public Service Commission Vice Chair, Tim Echols, was able...

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