On March 13, Southface launched the website GeorgiaEnergyData.org, designed to track the state’s energy consumption, infrastructure, production, and resources. The site touts Georgia’s solar production capacity, showing the capacity increased by 65 percent between 2011 and 2012; it cites solar as an energy solution to the problem that the state has to import coal, natural gas, and uranium. The website was created through a partnership between Southface and the Geospatial Laboratory at Georgia State University.