July was a pretty slow month for big new renewable energy capacity additions, but a 40-megawatt biomass system did go online at a George paperboard mill.
Georgia solar power fans score a big victory as a bi-partisan effort results in an increase in the amount of solar on its electric grid by 525 megawatts in 2016.
The 1870 farmhouse of a former Georgia governor was a virtual time capsule — when it became a museum, discreet green tech helped it enter the 21st century.
Georgia Power announces a program to contract for 210 MW of solar power in a three-year period. Better than nothing, long-suffering solar advocates say.
A new green building at the Columbia Theological Seminary, targeting LEED Gold, makes use of innovative daylighting strategies designed just for the classroom.
Can public housing be green housing, without taxpayers footing a bigger bill? The firm behind The Village Green, a green public housing development, says ‘yes.’
Panels assembled right in Georgia by Mage Solar USA make up a new 52.8-kilowatt commercial array in the north part of the state.