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Energy Update – May 2024

Energy Update – May 2024 Plant Vogtle Unit 4 comes online; Georgia PSC approves IRP Update settlement GAM remains a consistent advocate on behalf of manufacturers in energy matters before the Georgia Public Service Commission. Two recent developments demonstrate the value of GAM’s representation of industry in this critical area. On April 29, Georgia Power…

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Leaders Gathered There.

Leaders Gathered There. GAM President & CEO Lloyd Avram was joined by (from L to R): Stuart Countess, President & CEO, KIA Georgia; Tim Baucom, President & CEO, Shaw Industries; and Patrick Lenz, President & COO, Toyo Tires North America Manufacturing. We’re all in this together. GAM recently hosted its major 2024 Spring Meeting. Based…

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GAM Reaches Proposed Settlement of IRP Update with Georgia Power and Commission Staff

GAM Reaches Proposed Settlement of IRP Update with Georgia Power and Commission Staff GAM Counsel Clay Jones gives us an update on this important case. GAM Reaches Proposed Settlement of IRP Update with Georgia Power and Commission Staff On Wednesday, March 27, GAM reached a proposed settlement agreement with  Georgia Power Company (“Georgia Power” or…

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Vogtle Unit 4 Operation Delayed; Ratepayer Responsibility Capped 

Vogtle Unit 4 Operation Delayed; Ratepayer Responsibility Capped  Plant Vogtle Nuclear Unit 4 has been delayed again, this time from an anticipated first quarter 2024 in-service date to sometime during the second quarter of 2024. Georgia Power announced on February 1, 2024, that Southern Nuclear Operating Company identified, and has remediated, vibrations associated with certain…

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GAM Policy Councils update

GAM Policy Councils update Policy Councils Launched and Active As part of the ongoing transformation of the Association, GAM has relaunched and refocused our Policy Councils to increase member engagement and input and to enhance our advocacy on behalf of Georgia manufacturers.    In recent months, four GAM Policy Councils – Tax, Environmental Quality, Energy…

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Georgia Public Service Commission Approves Vogtle Settlement 

Georgia Public Service Commission Approves Vogtle Settlement  Clay Jones, Vice President and General Counsel On December 19, the Georgia Public Service Commission voted 5-0 to approve a proposed settlement (“Stipulation”) resolving all remaining issues related to the capital costs associated with the construction of Plant Vogtle nuclear Units 3 and 4.  The Stipulation was negotiated…

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