The PSC ensures a regulatory balance between regulated companies and consumers to provide consumers with safe, adequate and reliable services at fair rates. All PSC orders and filings are available on its website.
SEC protects investors and maintains the integrity of the securities market. Alabama Power discloses information about its finances and accounting operations through periodic reports and statements.
ADEM’s responsibilities include ensuring that Alabama citizens and businesses such as Alabama Power comply with laws designed to protect the state’s air, water, land and public health.
EPA provides regulations and enforces federal environmental laws. EPA also works with the state environmental officials to issue operating and discharge permits for Alabama Power facilities.
DOE addresses America’s energy, environmental and nuclear challenges by focusing on technology solutions. Alabama Power has partnered with the agency on smart grid initiatives, environmental research and more.
EIA collects and analyzes a variety of energy related information and data. Alabama Power reports electricity generation, fuel consumption, sales, revenues, reliability and balancing authority information.
FERC regulates the transmission of electricity, sales and transmission of wholesale electricity, oversees hydroelectric projects and licenses and regulates accounting and financial reporting.
NRC regulates nuclear facilities to ensure that they operate safely and securely. This includes protecting public health, the environment, nuclear materials and nuclear power plants in the interest of national security.
DHS is responsible for securing the nations from threats and other hazards.
The CFTC regulates the contracts and swaps marketplace. Alabama Power reports trade option transactions including certain coal, power, and natural gas contracts.
The Corps’ regulatory program balances protecting the aquatic resources and granting permits. It evaluates permit applications for construction activities that occur in the waters, including wetlands.
IRS collects information on taxes.
FWS is responsible, among other things, for preserving and protecting endangered and threatened species and their habitats. Alabama Power must comply with FWS directives.
ADCNR manages and regulates use of natural lands, marine resources, fish, wildlife and state parks. ADCNR makes sure Alabama Power’s operations do not have an adverse effect on game and non-game species.
As a division of ADECA, OWR plans, coordinates, develops and manages Alabama's water resources, both ground and surface water. It represents Alabama's intra and interstate water resource interests.
OSHA has responsibility to enforce federal laws designed to protect the safety of employees at their workplaces. Alabama Power facilities must comply with OSHA regulations.
SERC promotes and monitors compliance with mandatory Reliability Standards and assesses seasonal and long-term reliability.
(NERC)’s mission is to assure the reliability of the bulk power system in North America.
ALDOT is responsible for safe, efficient transportation systems. ALDOT has guidelines to ensure the placement of utility lines and appurtenances within the rights-of-way (ROWs) of state highways and road.
The FCC regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable.