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Halloween Costume Guide: The Tricks and Treats of Fighting for Clean Energy

This blog was written by Alissa Jean Schafer and Sarah Gilliam, with creative contributions from Angela Garrone and Sara Barczak. Here at SACE, we work very hard to move the Southeast towards clean energy…

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Your Top 4 Questions on Electric Vehicles, Answered

National Drive Electric Week kicked off Saturday with more than 30+ events scheduled across the Southeast. If you haven’t checked one out yet, you still have a chance. Find an event near…

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Celebrate National Drive Electric Week - September 12-20

National Drive Electric Week (NDEW) kicks off its fifth year this Saturday with hundreds of events scheduled throughout the week to celebrate electric cars (EVs). NDEW, nationally presented by Plug-In America, Sierra Club, and…

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In Case You Missed It, There’s a Clean Energy Jobs Boom in Tennessee

Clean energy means different things to different people. Some might picture suburban rooftops adorned in sparkly solar panels on a bright summer day. Others might envision an idyllic green-grass, blue-sky pasture framing…

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Georgia Power Is Going Big on EVs

Earlier this year, Georgia Power announced a new $12 million electric vehicle transportation initiative. The program currently includes a residential charging infrastructure rebate program, workplace charging rebates, the installation of charging stations at…

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Electric vehicles lose out in Georgia

Earlier today, Governor Nathan Deal signed Georgia’s new $900 million transportation funding bill into law. The bill, HB 170, is little more than a “roads and bridges” funding bill, but does includes…

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Tesla needs dirt cheap power to charge PowerWall and PowerPack, but from where?

Tesla, the electric car company, is announcing today that it will begin providing batteries to power households and utilities. Already, the blogosphere is catching fire with excitement over the new PowerWall product.…

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Driving on Sunshine: Get Charged Up in Asheville!

As part of SACE’s ongoing commitment and efforts to demonstrate clean energy technology, we have now installed a new electric vehicle (EV) charging station at our Asheville office. The unit is a…

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Engaging on Energy: Georgia's EV Success Being Threatened

Georgia is currently #2 in the country for all electric vehicle (EV) sales, and #1 in the country specifically for Nissan LEAF sales! The state’s success is thanks in large part to…

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Georgia’s Electric Vehicle Tax Credit Benefiting Local Economy

Georgia drivers saved 4.5 million gallons of gasoline in 2014 thanks to electric vehicles (EVs)– and that means these drivers have an extra $10 million to put back into our local economy.…