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Southeast Primary Voter Registration Deadlines - Don't Get Caught Unregistered in 2020

It's an election year and with primary voter registration deadlines fast approaching, we breakdown some key dates across the region to make sure the Southeast is ready to vote for clean energy…

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Largest Solar Program in the US Awaits Decision on Moving Forward

The two-day hearing on the proposed Florida Power & Light (FPL) SolarTogether tariff and program concluded last week. If approved by the Florida PSC, it will be the largest community solar program…

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"Energy Efficiency in the Southeast" 2019 Annual Report

SACE’s "Energy Efficiency in the Southeast" 2019 report shows that Southeastern states and utilities continue to rely on expensive, outdated, carbon polluting fossil fuel power plants while underinvesting in abundant low-cost efficiency…

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Demystifying EV Charging: Elementary, My Dear Watts-In

This is the second 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…

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Bill Would Help Protect South Carolina Coast from Offshore Drilling

South Carolina Senator Chip Campsen has introduced a bill that would serve as a large step forward in protecting the coast from the impacts of offshore drilling. The Southern Alliance for Clean…

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SACE expresses "cautious optimism" with recent South Carolina PSC decision on solar

Last week, the South Carolina Public Service Commission (SC PSC) accepted petitions by SACE and other parties to reconsider and rehear key aspects of their decision from last year that would have…

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2020: Looking Forward toward a Cleaner, Safer, Healthier Southeast

Throughout the good, the bad, and the ugly in recent years, SACE has remained a steadfast advocate for our region’s environment, pushing for clean energy solutions that will safeguard our water and…

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Help us drive electric vehicle adoption in North Carolina with a new license plate!

Electric vehicle advocates here in North Carolina hope to present this license plate design to the NC Department of Motor Vehicles and the NC General Assembly next month for approval. But in…

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Possibilities of Renewables + Storage Shine in Face of Wildfires

California's recent wildfires reminds Charleston, South Carolina based staffer Chris Carnevale of the Southeast dealing with hurricanes and the benefits of distributed energy generation and storage.  

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2019 in Review: Electric Transportation Momentum in the South

Electric Transportation 2019 Highlights: Southern Utilities, States, and Cities