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TVA Blocks Steady Solar Growth, Tennessee Loses Solar Jobs in 2019

If solar jobs increased nationwide and particularly in the Southeast, why did Tennessee lose solar jobs in 2019?

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Santee Cooper ownership might change hands: Five things that surprised us in the report

The fate of South Carolina’s state-owned utility Santee Cooper came more into focus last week as a key report detailed several potential future scenarios for the utility. Read on to see how…

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Solar Creates More Jobs than Nuclear

Which electricity generation technology is the bigger job creation engine: solar or nuclear? Solar, far and wide.

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For the Eleventh Year, Join Hands for Our Coast on May 16

Hands Across the Sand will return for the eleventh year on May 16, with a chance for communities up and down the coast to join together and against risky offshore drilling.

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North Carolina and Duke Energy Hold Commanding Lead on Energy Efficiency in the Southeast

Duke Energy and North Carolina continue to lead the Southeast on energy efficiency, accounting for vastly more energy savings than any other utility or state in the region. New state policies and…

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See Why We Love Driving Electric and Why Clean Transportation Allows Us to Leave Fossil Fuels in the Dust

Electric vehicles are good for public health, the environment, and your wallet. The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy’s Driving on Sunshine campaign promotes driving electric through free, hands-on driving experiences.

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Knoxville Community Organizations Ask the City to “Show Some Love” for Clean Energy in Annual Budget

In August of 2019, the City of Knoxville passed city and community-wide carbon reduction goals. Last week, local groups gathered the day before the City's annual budget retreat, to urge leaders to…

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Follow the money! Blackrock reshapes investments by moving significant money away from fossil fuels

Worldwide, the call is growing for smarter, more sustainable choices... Thanks to increasing awareness and to the loud calls from the masses, the big players are taking note and taking action.

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Energy efficiency slows climate change, saves money. Why haven't we embraced it more?

The choices we make in the next decade will either lock us into a future of fossil fuel dependence or transition us toward a clean energy future. Energy efficiency has the power…

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Demystifying EV Charging: High School Not-So-Confidential

This is the third post in a series written by Dave Erb intended to demystify electric vehicle (EV) charging, both for prospective EV buyers and for new owners still getting to know…