Leases and permanent easements to cross the
Chattahoochee River, Flint River, Ochlockonee River, and Withlacoochee River:
that’s what the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Board proposes to
vote on this Wednesday morning, in Atlanta, far from any of the proposed crossings
or the directly affected counties, with no publ ic hearing and minimal public announcement.
You can call them or send them email to ask them not to do that.
Or show up in Atlanta 9AM Wednesday 23 September 2015 and speak; bring a written statement if you do that.
Atlanta metro people, we need you to go to that meeting!
Agenda at this link.
DNR board list
at this link.
DNR didn’t supply any contact information for its board members, but DNR’s
own contact is: Continue reading Call DNR board before Wednesday to stop river land giveaway to Sabal Trail →
30+ MW solar farm in Social Circle, Walton County, GA for Georgia Power,
another 20 MW one near Hazelhurst, Jeff Davis County, GA for Green Power EMC.
Do this every month and Georgia will start to catch up with other states
such as New Jersey.
Somebody tell FERC solar is faster, cheaper, and far far cleaner than
a dirty, dangerous, land-grabbing fracked methane pipeline.
PR 20 June 2014,
Green Power EMC Project Boosts GA’s Supply of Solar Energy,
Green Power EMC, the renewable energy supplier for 38 Georgia
Electric Membership Corporations (EMCs), has reached an agreement to
purchase the full output of a new 20 megawatt (MW) solar project
planned for construction in southeast Georgia.
The ground-mounted solar project will be constructed near
Hazlehurst, Ga., in Jeff Davis County. It will be one of the largest
solar generating facilities in Georgia. The solar array will occupy
approximately 135 acres and will incorporate over 87,000 solar
modules. Once completed, the solar array will generate more than
43,000 megawatt hours of clean, renewable electricity annually.
Under an agreement with owner-operator Silicon Ranch Corporation, Continue reading 20 MW Solar at Hazlehurst, GA by Silicon Ranch for Green Power EMC →