Coronavirus Concerns: Georgia Utility Companies Suspend DisconnectionsAs workers face limited hours and layoffs while businesses take coronavirus safety measures, companies are allowing them to put utility bills on the back burner for now.
Despite Budget Overages, Georgia Nuclear Plant Gets Go-AheadAfter they resolved a disagreement about multibillion-dollar budget overages, the owners of the last nuclear power plant still under construction in the U.S. say the project will continue.
Yes, But Only If: Cost Conditions Added For Georgia Nuclear Project ContinuationOne of the three owners added conditions to the project, now years over schedule and billions of dollars over budget.
One More To Go: MEAG Votes To Continue Costly Vogtle Nuclear ProjectThe board of a Georgia utility has voted to continue the expansion of the Vogtle nuclear power plant that's years behind schedule and billions of dollars over budget. But another co-owner still needs to decide the plant's ultimate fate.
Canceling Vogtle Nuclear Plant Could Cost Owners BillionsThe federal government is warning the owners of a troubled nuclear power plant in Georgia that any move to cancel a planned expansion would lead to demands for quick repayment of nearly $6 billion in federal loans.
Southern Company Gets SmallerIf the deal goes through it will end Southern Company's presence in Florida.
Storm Leaves Thousands Without Power In Georgia A thunderstorm packing high winds and heavy rain has left thousands of Georgia Power customers without service.