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First Responder and Public Safety EV Trainings: SACE Supports Land of Sky Clean Vehicles Coalition’s National Drive Electric Week Events

SACE's Electric Transportation Team was proud to support Western North Carolina’s Land of Sky Clean Vehicles Coalition (LOSCVC) for two of their many “Fueling Change'' events celebrating National Drive Electric Week. LOSCVC…

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Electrify the South Collaborative: Cities and Towns Share Solutions to Drive Change

Local governments from across the Southeast came together to share solutions and resources that will help electrify transportation in their communities. Their dedication and collaboration are an example of the Clean Energy…

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Report Shows in the Southeast, Electric Vehicles are Economic Development Engines

Our fourth annual "Transportation Electrification in the Southeast" report unpacks market trends and policy levers underpinning growth in electric car, truck and bus adoption, including skyrocketing investments in manufacturing and job growth.

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Signs of Progress with Clean Energy Growth in the Southeast

The Clean Energy Generation is making progress every day here in the Southeast. From farmers in North Carolina using their land for solar panels to Black churches in Georgia going green, our…

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The Clean Energy Transition: SACE's Executive Director Talks Opportunities and Challenges

Dr. Stephen A. Smith, SACE's Executive Director, sat down with Jim Brogan to talk about how a clean energy future is happening now, from the rapidly accelerating electrification of transportation to the…

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Electric Van, Truck, and Bus Markets are Revving Up, Part 2

Electric medium and heavy-duty vehicle manufacturers are gearing up to meet growing demand from fleet managers looking for cleaner and lower-cost options.

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What Local Decision Makers Should Know about IRA Tax Credits for Electric Vehicles

Newly-released temporary guidance indicates how provisions in the IRA will allow state, local, and tribal governments, non-profits, U.S. territories, and rural Energy Co-ops to access clean energy and EV tax credits.

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Big Vehicles Could Mean Big Benefits for Electric Utilities

Utilities have much to gain from the upsurge in fleet adoption of electric trucks and buses. In fact, some EVs will actually make the power grid easier, cheaper, and cleaner to run.…

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The Slow and Fast Charging Balancing Act

With the attention on federal and state efforts to deploy fast electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure along the nation's highways, we also need reliable access to good 'ole slow charging where we…

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Q&A: Clean Energy Generation Member Kathie Sutherland

The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy sat down with Floridian Kathie Sutherland to learn more about why she is part of the Clean Energy Generation making strides against the climate crisis.