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MLGW's Power Supply Decision is Not an Either/Or, Best Option for Right Now is to Buy Time

After spending three years evaluating ways it can save its customers money by making changes in its power supply, Memphis Light, Gas & Water (MLGW) has recommended to its Board of Commissioners…

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Floridians have some of the highest electricity bills in the nation, and bad public policy is keeping it that way

The PSC needs to help get hard-working families off the high-bill treadmill by modernizing energy efficiency policies that will make homes more comfortable, safe, and secure.

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Florida Power Bills To Spike (again!): Reliance on Fossil Gas Largely to Blame

Florida power bills are spiking (again!) - due primarily to high fossil gas prices. The state's reliance on fossil gas is pummeling hard working families and businesses. It's time for state regulators…

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Southeast Electric Vehicle Manufacturing Rising, Other Market Indicators Lagging

The region captured over one-third of America's EV manufacturing investments and jobs, and regional EV sales increased 50% over the past year. But the Southeast still lags, and regional policy needs improvement.

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Transformational Benefits for Memphis from the Inflation Reduction Act

Memphis and Shelby County is one of the best-positioned communities in the country to benefit from the newly-enacted federal clean energy and climate investment policy. But to get the most out of…

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TVA Misleading Memphis on Reliability, Consistently Imports Power from Neighbor MISO

TVA's misinformation about reliability if MLGW joins MISO is a scare tactic. In fact, without MISO, we're not sure TVA could keep the lights on in Memphis.

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Electric school buses make more sense for our economy and the environment

Electric school buses offer a better solution for Tennessee school districts concerned about students’ health, the environment and their pocketbooks.

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"Solar in the Southeast" Report: What's Next? Resource Planning and Transmission Planning

For the final blog post in this series associated with our "Solar in the Southeast" annual report, SACE offers predictions about "What's Next?"

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SACE Intervenes to Stop TVA's Gas Plant and Pipeline in Middle Tennessee

Today SACE intervened in the docket to ask the FERC to do its own review of the need for TVA to build a new gas plant at Cumberland.

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"Solar in the Southeast" Report: SunRisers and SunBlockers (Leaders and Laggards)

The SunRiser list is a fan favorite every year. That list showcases the utilities demonstrating the highest ambition over the next four years. SunBlockers are the opposite end of the spectrum; those…