Our Dedication to Clean Energy Innovation
Alabama is a beautiful place, with extraordinary natural resources. Protecting those resources while providing reliable, affordable electricity for our customers, is at the heart of our company's mission.
We challenge ourselves every day to minimize our environmental impact, preserve the environment and strengthen the communities in which we live, work and serve. To help guide us in this effort, we invest in renewable energy, green research and development and eco-stewardship.
We encourage energy efficient construction methods and partner with communities, organizations and vendors that are committed to protecting, improving and expanding parks and green space.
As one of the largest managers of land and water resources in the state, we partner with federal, state and local organizations on research, management, and education initiatives to protect river ecosystems and wildlife habitat. We believe that today’s stewardship efforts are an investment in our shared future.
We remain dedicated to researching and identifying cost-effective, renewable resources. As we continue to preserve our waterways, we also remain dedicated to identifying and cultivating cost-effective ways to use our natural, renewable resources.
Solar energy is power that is harnessed directly from the sun’s radiation. The sun can provide energy year round as either a heat source or a source of electricity for your home or business.
Through our testing and use of Electronic Transportation (ET) vehicles and infrastructure, we have successfully worked to expand the non-road ET market and generate ET-related savings for you.
It’s important to us that we provide you with clean energy while reducing our carbon footprint and minimizing our impact on the environment. While we’re working to keep the environment safe on our end, we also want to empower you to use energy more efficiently.
Alabama Power operates 14 hydroelectric facilities and 11 reservoirs on the Coosa, Tallapoosa and Warrior river systems that average around 6 percent of the company’s annual electric generation. These projects are operated under licenses issued by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.