The Georgia Chamber continues to work with elected and appointed leaders in Washington, DC to make sure that changes proposed for the nation’s energy policy do not have a negative impact on our state.Our Position
An important issue in Georgia, water policy is at the forefront of the Georgia Chamber's efforts in creating a statewide water plan that does not negatively affect business development.Our Position
On Wednesday, October 23, all fourteen members of Georgia's congressional delegation showed their strong support for economic growth and job creation in our state by unanimously supporting passage of HR 3080, the Water Resources Reform and Development Act. This historic, bipartisan legislation impacts two of Georgia's most critical natural resource and economic development priorities - water supply and completion of the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project.
“While Georgia and the Southeast have witnessed significant population and economic growth over the past two decades, that cannot continue without access to affordable and reliable sources of energy.
The Georgia Chamber of Commerce helps you track environment and energy legislation in the General Assembly. Be sure to check back during the session for the latest information.