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SACE Input on the Georgia Power IRP (Integrated Resource Plan)

SACE formally intervenes in the Georgia Power IRP (Integrated Resource Plan) process. This blog summarizes our recommendations for expanding energy efficiency and renewables in the plan.

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Corporate Leadership: Solar in the Southeast (part 5)

The final installment in this blog series highlights corporate leadership in renewable procurement. Five companies are doing nine projects in three Southeastern states totaling more than 1,000 MW (1 GW) of solar.

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Join Hands to Protect Our Coast This Saturday In Your Community

Want to spend a couple hours this weekend helping protect the environment while enjoying a bit of time at the beach with gorgeous weather? Then find your local Hands Across the Sand…

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The Sun Keeps Shining In SC With Passage of Solar Bill

Let Freedom Ring! The South Carolina Legislature has unanimously passed the South Carolina Energy Freedom Act, paving the way for continued solar growth and energy competition in the Palmetto State. This comprehensive solar…

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Dear Tomorrow - A Mother's Day Letter on Climate Action

This letter was written by SACE organizer Lindsay Pace to her young daughter, Gray, for Mother's Day back in 2016 through the Dear Tomorrow campaign. Lindsay’s letter beautifully captures why she and…

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Energy Bill Package in Nashville Could Be A Step To #RenewTN

Nashville Council will consider three energy bills including one that commits the city to use 100% renewable energy in its municipal buildings on May 21st.

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Our 1,350-Mile Tesla Road Trip from Tampa Bay to Knoxville (and back again!)

When the topic of electric vehicle (EV) road trips comes up, we inevitably get a lot of questions: Can an EV get me where I want to go? How will I find…

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TVA is the biggest SunBlocker (again): Solar in the Southeast, part 4

The fourth installment of our blog series discussing the outcomes of SACE's 2018 "Solar in the Southeast" report discusses TVA's shortcomings when it comes to embracing clean solar.

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Another Florida Coal Plant to Go the Way of the Dinosaurs

Lakeland Electric has officially proposed the closure of the 364 megawatt Unit 3 at the C.D. McIntosh generating station to the Lakeland City Council. The closure is due to rising maintenance costs…

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State of Tennessee Agrees TVA Should Be Conducting Its Business In Public

This blog is written by Lindsay Pace, Regional Organizer in Tennessee working on the Renew TN campaign. The current state of affairs in Tennessee is #NotPublicPower.