Sweet Grown Alabama, the state’s agricultural branding program, is pleased to welcome PowerSouth Energy as a founding member of the non-profit organization.
Due to heavy rainfall from Hurricane Sally, PowerSouth issued today a high-water notification under its Emergency Action Plan.
With the amount of rainfall received from Hurricane Sally over the past few days, and with additional rain projected, PowerSouth is monitoring levels of Gantt and Point A lakes, which are subject to government-mandated statutes.
PowerSouth Energy Cooperative and Origis Energy announce a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for a new 80 megawatt (MW) large scale solar project to be constructed in Covington County, AL. Wing Solar is a project by Origis Energy. It is scheduled to come online in late 2022.
Heavy area rainfall has prompted PowerSouth Energy Cooperative to issue a high-water notification under its Emergency Action Plan today.
Eight students from Andalusia, Opp, Elba and Pike County high schools were selected as PowerSouth’s 2020 Youth Tour winners and runners-up during interviews in February. On March 10-12, they will attend the annual Montgomery Youth Tour.
More information about the drawdown, including answers to frequently asked questions, is available at www.powersouth.com/gantt-drawdown.
PowerSouth reminds property owners that they should begin the permitting process now for projects during the scheduled Gantt Lake drawdown this fall. Property owners who plan to construct boat docks and piers must obtain permits by contacting PowerSouth’s Land Management…
As part of its fundraising efforts for the 2019 Covington County Relay For Life campaign, PowerSouth’s Relay For Life team sponsored its annual 5K Resolution Run/Walk Jan. 12, raising $5,595. A total of 50 participants followed a road course through several downtown Andalusia neighborhoods.
Heavy area rainfall has prompted PowerSouth Energy Cooperative to issue a high-water notification under its Emergency Action Plan early this morning.