How to manage six prevalent invasive species
Invasive species can become a real nuisance if left unchecked. Here are a few prevalent varieties and some management techniques to help contain them.
Red-cockaded woodpecker populations strengthened thanks to Power of Flight program
Southern Company’s partnership with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation has led to the bird potentially being down-listed in the near future.
Wildlife Habitat Council certification is staple for Southern Company nuclear plants
Southern Company’s Ken Darby stays front and center in ensuring the environment around the system’s nuclear facilities is thriving.
Solar energy shines as renewable energy use rises
Southern Company has more than 40 projects, approximately 2,000 megawatts system-wide.
Beneath the Surface: Southern Company’s efforts often go deeper than what can be easily seen
The energy giant remains steadfast when it comes to efforts to protect lakes, rivers and watersheds across the Southeast.
Bigger than the bottom line: Southern Company grants support grass-roots conservation
Partnership with National Fish and Wildlife Foundation awards more than $1.8 million
Innovative TRIG™ Technology to Produce Energy from Lignite
The Kemper County facility being built by Mississippi Power will produce energy using a more plentiful variety of coal and with lower environmental impact
92 Seconds On Electric Transportation and Heavy Metal
We think electric transportation rocks!
Inside the Nuclear Energy Renaissance: Plant Vogtle
With the demand for energy in general expected to increase by 27% between now and 2030, tapping into nuclear as a source has become critical.
86 Seconds On Nuclear Energy & Gumballs
In this energetic episode, Sam, our Chief Answer Guy, explores nuclear energy -- leaving you with plenty to chew on!
91 Seconds On Scrambled Eggs and Energy Policy
A smart energy policy is critical to America's future. If that isn't reason enough to watch this video, we've got a dozen others!
Inside Plant Bowen Water Research Center
When you think about electricity, you probably don't think about water.