Meet SACE's New Electric Transportation Equity Manager Madelyn Collins
"The intersectional environmentalism I practice is a continuation of spirited advocacy that's been passed down for generations."
Unprecedented Funding Opportunities for Home Energy Upgrades
SACE hosted a workshop in Knoxville to help spread awareness about the unprecedented opportunities for residents to make home improvements that reduce energy use, lower utility bills, and improve comfort and safety.
Don't Leave Money on the Table and Rural Communities Behind
As Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funds flow, Southeast states need to expand state agency staffing to support rural communities competing for billions of federal dollars.
Signs of Progress and Hope in 2023
This blog post was written by former SACE Digital Communications Coordinator, Heather Murphy. The Clean Energy Generation is making progress every day here in the Southeast. From students advocating for clean energy…
Undiversified: TVA's Economic Development Problem, Failure to Invest in Energy Efficiency
It's time TVA showed it cares about the economic well-being of its existing customers and local communities by truly investing in energy efficiency.
Big Electric Vehicles are Coming Down the Road, Part 1
All signs point to a rapid increase in electric vans, trucks, and buses as public policies, market conditions, and consumer desire begin to align.
Georgia Students Envision a Clean Energy Economy for the Community
Students at Charles R. Drew High School in Clayton County, Georgia are tackling environmental justice, climate, and clean energy in Mr. Chong’s third period physics class.
Decoding the Impact of Gas Prices on Electric Bills
Increasing bill volatility is one of many drawbacks of a gas-reliant electric system. We need to change the way we regulate fuel cost recovery and move away from heavy gas reliance.
Charging and Fueling Infrastructure Grant Program: Filling in Charging Gaps
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill included funding to build out our nation's electric vehicle charging stations. The Charging and Fueling Infrastructure Discretionary Grant Program is one component of that. A Notice of Funding…
New Traction on Efficiency Programs for Manufactured Homes
Manufactured homes consume far more energy per square foot than other types of construction, making electric bills unaffordable for many residents. Despite the South having more manufactured homes than any other region,…