Florida Public Service Commission Approves State’s Largest Electric Transportation Program
In approving Duke Energy Florida’s rate settlement, the Florida Public Service Commission gives the green light to the largest electric transportation program in the state’s history.
Updated Electrify the South Toolkit and Website Help Local Governments Accelerate Electric Vehicle Adoption
Southern Alliance for Clean Energy’s Electrify the South Electrify Vehicle Policy Toolkit and website get a 2021 refresh with loads of new content.
SACE and Allies Urge Congress to Pass Legislation Requiring 100% Clean Electricity in the United States by 2035
Fully decarbonizing the power sector, along with electrification, would reduce U.S. greenhouse gas emissions by 70-80%, helping fulfill our commitments under the Paris Climate Agreement while simultaneously creating millions of jobs, cleaning…
EVs Can Drive Down Offshore Oil
On the 11th anniversary of the tragic Deepwater Horizon explosion, SACE reexamines how we can move on past the threats of offshore drilling into a clean energy economy with electric vehicles.
Georgia Senators fight to keep clean transportation jobs in the Peach State with SK Innovation settlement
Jennifer Rennicks, former Senior Director of Policy & Communications at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, and Brady Watson, former Civic Engagement Coordinator for the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, also contributed…
Not Fooling, New EV Pilot Approved in Florida
The Florida Public Service Commission approved an EV charging pilot program for Tampa Electric Company allowing the company to own and operate 200 new charging ports.
A Bold Plan to Build Back Better with Clean Energy Jobs & Infrastructure
This blog was written by Jennifer Rennicks, former Senior Director of Policy & Communications at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.
EV Readiness - Why We Need It Now
Electric vehicle (EV) readiness dramatically decreases the costs to install EV charging infrastructure down the road by utilizing pre-construction planning to include parking spaces with electrical infrastructure that enables future EV charging.
Supportive Public Policies will Drive North Carolina's Electric Vehicle Market (Part 2)
The EV market is at an inflection point. Now is the moment to implement supportive public policies to get more electric cars, trucks, and buses on the road to reduce climate emissions,…
Will North Carolina Lead the Southeast in Transportation Electrification? (Part 1)
North Carolina has electric vehicle momentum. Governor Roy Cooper's Executive Order 80 committed N.C. to address climate change and transition to a clean energy economy. State agencies have written electric transportation plans.…