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Deep Red Alabama Dives Headlong Into Green Energy

Renewable energy can make strange bedfellows along the political divide, and the latest example is Alabama. The state without an official nickname has been wandering in the doldrums of the green energy revolution while others leap ahead, as may be expected from its red-leaning track record at the ballot box. Nevertheless, Alabama is poised to kick its solar output into high gear bigly, and the global auto maker Mercedes-Benz can take part of the credit.

03/21/22
                                                               

How can Alabama create jobs and fight inflation? By supporting solar power. Find out more.

“I’d put my money on the sun and solar energy. What a source of power! I hope we don’t have to wait until oil and coal run out before we tackle that.” ~Thomas Edison confided to Henry Ford in 1931

03/03/22
                                                               

Lightsource bp secures funds for 100-MW Alabama solar project

Lightsource bp, the UK solar company half owned by BP Plc (LON:BP), on Monday said it has closed a financing package of USD 100 million for a 130-MW direct current (DC)/100-MW alternating current (AC) solar project in Alabama.

12/21/21
                                                               

Alabama Power gets thumbs up for 80-MW solar project

Alabama Power, a subsidiary of Atlanta-based Southern Company (NYSE:SO), said yesterday it has obtained approval for an 80-MW solar project that will help Mercedes-Benz Cars meet its sustainability goals.

12/08/21
                                                               

Alabama Coal Plant Tops List of Emitters

By Darrell Proctor

A report from a Colorado-based group that provides analysis and market reports to the energy industry says an Alabama power plant has the highest emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) of any coal-fired facility in the Lower 48 states.

04/30/21