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A 'Just Transition' for Coal Country

As we celebrate progress in the right direction in terms of reducing climate pollution, we also recognize that many local economies have been historically dependent on jobs in the fossil fuel industry.…

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Solar in the Southeast, Part Two: 2018 SunRisers

In the second post of our series following up on the release of SACE's 2018 "Solar in the Southeast" Report, we shed some light on old and new SunRisers, those utilities who…

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Good (News) Friday: The Sun Shines for Whites Creek

Community Solar built for the people, by the people of the Bordeaux-Whites Creek-Joelton community.

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Rewarding Failure: Taxpayers on Hook for $12 Billion Nuclear Boondoggle

Vogtle’s nuclear expansion is billions of dollars over budget, its completion is far from certain, and the federal government is once again coming to the rescue. This guest blog was posted with…

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Drive Electric Earth Day Events

Drive Electric Earth Day is a national campaign to share information about electric vehicles. Join us at an event to learn how electric vehicles (EVs) are less expensive to drive, more convenient…

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Electric Vehicles Drive Down Offshore Oil: 2019 Edition

Our oceans are at risk from oil companies and politicians trying to expand offshore drilling to treasured places where drilling doesn’t belong. Currently, the Trump Administration is proposing to expand offshore drilling…

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Recap from Capitol Electric Vehicle (EV Day in Georgia)

Capitol EV Day has been established as an opportunity for EV owners and supporters to urge legislators to support expanded electric transportation throughout Georgia.

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"Solar in the Southeast" 2018 Annual Report (part 1)

We are pleased to release of the second annual "Solar in the Southeast" report and hope that you will find the data and analysis both helpful and interesting. We updated last year's…

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TVA: Take 2019 Draft Long-Range Plan Back to the Drawing Board

Yesterday, April 8, 2019, the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) submitted highly critical comments to TVA proposing an overhaul and calling out lack of transparency and manipulation of data in the…

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Duke Energy Proposes $76 Million for Electric Vehicle Infrastructure in North Carolina

Duke Energy has asked the North Carolina Utility Commission to approve a $76 million electric vehicle pilot program, which would dramatically increase the number of charging stations in North Carolina.