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A Penny Shared is a Penny Used to Lift Energy Burdens in Memphis

As temperatures begin creeping above 100 degrees and air conditioners strain to keep homes and businesses cool, Memphis Light, Gas and Water (MLGW) kicked off its official roll out period for its…

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Declaring Energy Independence In Your Home

This 4th of July, celebrate the anniversary of America's independence with more than cookouts and sparklers. This Independence Day, declare your independence from our fossil fuel-power past and take some small personal…

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Setting the Bar for Energy Efficiency Programs in the Southeast

This blog was written by Simon Mahan, former Energy Policy Manager at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

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Does "SMR" stand for "Squandering More Resources?"

This blog was written by Sara Barczak, former Regional Advocacy Director with the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

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Making America inefficient: the budget’s gory details

This post was written by Lowell Ungar, Senior Policy Advisor at the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy and originally appeared on ACEEE’s website on May 24, 2017. You can view the…

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Gulf Power Settlement is WIN for Consumers, Energy Efficiency, & Solar

This blog was written by Alissa Schafer, former Solar Policy & Communications Manager at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

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Will energy efficiency be bigger than rooftop solar in the Southeast?

This blog was written by John D. Wilson, former Deputy Director for Regulatory Policy at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

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Black History Month Energy Leaders Blog Series: Reverend Marlon T. Foster’s Quest for Energy Efficiency and Community Solar

In honor of Black History Month, SACE is publishing a blog series highlighting the efforts of African American leaders that have played key roles in clean energy in the Southeast. This is the…

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Smart, Prosperous and Resilient? Memphis Named as 1 of 6 Sites for New Climate, Health and Racial Equity Initiative

High energy burdens, sub-standard housing, pervasive poverty, poor public transportation access, poor access to health care and food deserts are all too common in North Memphis. Large community re-development projects in Memphis…

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Jumbo’s Green Side: Sustainability at Tufts University

In this blog series, SACE staff evaluate college and university campuses investing in clean energy and sustainable practices. To read other posts in the series, go here. Ivy-covered walls and tree-lined campuses are…