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31 Southeastern School Districts Selected for EPA Electric School Bus Funding

SACE congratulates the students and community members of over 31 school districts in the Southeast on receiving funding through the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean School Bus Rebate Program to make their communities…

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Six Exciting Examples of Clean Energy Progress in the Southeast

The Clean Energy Generation is making progress every day here in the Southeast. From Georgia’s largest animal shelter adding rooftop solar to North Carolina residents organizing for federal clean energy funds to lower…

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SACE and Partners Announce Electric Black Futures

Electric Black Futures will support and empower underserved Black communities in Albany, Atlanta and Savannah, Georgia, to envision and create their electric mobility future.

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Webinar: Watch "Building Our Equitable E-mobility Future"

SACE and Drawdown Georgia co-hosted a webinar with partners EVNoire and Georgia Clean Cities to share the vision of "Electric Black Futures," a 3-year project in Albany, Atlanta, and Savannah, Georgia

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FERC Puts the "Planning" in Regional Transmission Planning in the Southeast

Today the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued a rule through Order 1920 that will bring regional transmission planning into the modern era. This rule is a particularly big deal for the…

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Talking EVs: 3 Hot Topics Right Now

SACE's Electric Transportation Director shares insights into timely electric vehicle (EV) topics on LinkedIn. Check out what's captured his attention recently and join the conversation.

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Olivia Amyette: Solar with a Family Focus in Northeast Georgia

On April 18, Olivia Amyette held a grand opening of her new solar installation and workforce center in Cleveland, Georgia. Olivia aims to train workers from diverse backgrounds and equip them with…

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The 2024 EPA Clean Heavy-Duty Vehicles Grant Program Has Launched!

The EPA has released nearly $1 billion in funding from the Inflation Reduction Act to replace heavily polluting diesel trucks, which will improve air quality and save communities thousands of dollars a…

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Historic Federal Rules Will Curb Dangerous Power Plant Pollution

Today, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under President Biden’s leadership released an important set of pollution limitations for power plants that will improve people’s health and help preserve a stable climate. Specifically,…

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Historic Announcement Advances Solar For Tens of Thousands of Households with Low Incomes

New programs unveiled today in a historic announcement will help make solar energy more accessible for people with low income and in disadvantaged communities throughout the Southeast. The Solar For All program,…