It's time for Georgia's energy economy to move into the 21st century! Nearly half of our states electricity is produced from outdated coal-fired power plants. Two of these plants, owned and operated by the Georgia Power company, are the two largest single-source polluters in the United States. The pollution from Georgia's dirty coal fleet is the primary threat to our state's invaluable air and water resources and to the health and well-being of our children and families.
We are working to stop the development of the proposed Plant Washington coal-fired plant from threatening the health of our families, and to help our communities transition to a lasting clean energy economy.
Affordable clean energy, powered by Georgia's ample solar and wind resources, has the potential to create tens of thousands of lasting jobs and to produce a majority of our state's energy needs. Coupled with low-cost energy efficiency, renewable energy can drive Georgia job growth, keep electricity rates low, and protect our families and natural resources from harmful pollution.
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