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Climate and Environmental Implications of the IRP

December 08, 2021

3:30 pm - 5:00 pm EST


Climate and Environmental Implications of the IRP, as described in the Environmental Compliance Strategy filing, particularly a review of the climate planning and progress, current plan for coal ash clean-up and a discussion of IRP implications for water resources in the state.

Interested parties can register for all or any individual sessions. We welcome everyone to participate!

Southface, Vote Solar and Partnership for Southern Equity invite you to a six-part training and roundtable discussion series designed to give you the information and tools you need for meaningful engagement in the 2022 Georgia Power Integrated Resource Plan (IRP). The IRP outlines how Georgia Power, the state’s largest utility, will direct ratepayer-funded energy efficiency, generation, transmission, and distribution investments over the next 20 years. The utility’s investment decisions, outlined in the IRP, will have broad impact in Georgia. Those decisions can be used to catalyze a regenerative economy through resilient infrastructure, energy equity, environmental stewardship, and economic development.

Georgia Power is required to file its IRP with the Georgia Public Service Commission every three years. The public can direct the utility’s decisions through participation in the IRP process. This multipart training and collaboration roundtable will prepare newcomers and veterans alike to effectively engage in 2022 IRP proceeding and determine Georgia’s energy future over the next two decades.


December 8, 2021
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
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