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Groups Urge Georgia PSC to Stand with Customers and Deny Fee Hike

Over the past 10 weeks, through several hearings and public input sessions, the Georgia Public Service Commission has worked through difficult issues that Georgia Power has brought forth in their rate case.…

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Demystifying EV Charging: Pre-School - ABC, Do-Re-Mi

This is the first post in a series of blogs by Dave Erb that are intended to demystify electric vehicle (EV) charging, both for prospective EV buyers and for new owners still…

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Did Georgia Power just flinch in a rate case showdown?

Georgia Power customers have spoken out strongly in opposition to the utility’s proposal to nearly double its mandatory monthly fee. And yesterday, Georgia Power conceded that its proposal will not be adopted.

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A Climate Champion is Named Time Magazine's Person of the Year

Yesterday we learned that Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old Swedish student who rose to prominence when she began leading student climate strikes more than a year ago, was named Time Magazine's person of…

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Thousands of Georgia Power Customers Stand Up Against Proposed Fee Hike

Thousands of Georgians are calling on the Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC) to deny Georgia Power’s proposed fee hike.

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Protect Our Coast: Drive Electric Half Year Update

Since this summer, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy has been meeting with local leaders from across the state of Florida on the benefits of electric transportation. These meetings have allowed us to…

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Offset your holiday travel and support SACE with one click!

Traveling for the holidays? Do good when you fly! Green your holiday travel with SACE and Jet-Set Offset!

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New Report Shows Urgency of Picking Up Pace of Climate Action

A new report by the United Nations Environment Program shows that urgent action is needed to reduce climate pollution and prevent the worst impacts of global warming. The annual Emissions Gap report, released…

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On Giving Tuesday: Think Globally, Act Regionally

The effects of the climate crisis are of global magnitude, and many of the worst impacts will be felt right here in the Southeast. By making a donation to the Southern Alliance…

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Recent Offshore Wind Developments Are Good Signs for Southeast

In the last few weeks, New York and Massachusetts announced that they have contracted for about 2,500 megawatts of offshore wind capacity--some of the first offshore wind farms in the nation. What…