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2019 in Review: Electric Transportation Momentum in the South

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

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Electrifying Transportation: A Holistic Approach

Clean the Grid, Electrify Transportation, Reduce Miles-Traveled, and Ensure Access for All

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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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Driving on Sunshine Half Year Update

Since this summer, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy's newest campaign - Driving on Sunshine - has traveled from one end of Florida to the other to promote the ease and benefits of…

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Georgia Public Service Commission Fails to Protect Georgians from Mandatory Fixed Fees

On Tuesday, the Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC) made its ruling by a 4-1 vote on Georgia Power’s rate case, notably granting an ill-advised $4 increase in the mandatory monthly fee residential…

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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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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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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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Green lights and stop signs: A look back at some electric vehicle policies proposed in North Carolina this year

Nearly 11 months after convening, the North Carolina General Assembly's 2019 legislative session finally wrapped up. During this marathon session, lawmakers addressed a wide array of issues and policy proposals, and those…

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Driving Clean Transportation Forward in Florida: Funding Opportunity and RFIs for VW Settlement Funds

On October 8, 2019, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) released its Final Beneficiary Mitigation Plan, outlining how Florida’s $166 million portion in Volkswagen Dieselgate funds will be spent.