When was your car's last tune up? Maintaining vehicles is better for efficiency
Jennifer Rennicks, former Senior Director of Policy & Communications at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, contributed to this blog.
Knoxville heats up: City Council takes KUB to task over rising fixed fees
Things got heated at the Knoxville City Council meeting Tuesday night, as Knoxville decision-makers showed they are listening to constituents, and question the Knoxville Utilities Board's (KUB) high mandatory fixed fees on…
Florida’s power regulators can help consumers save money by setting sensible conservation goals
This op-ed, written by SACE staff Susan Glickman & George Cavros, originally appeared on TheInvadingSea.com (a collaboration of four South Florida media organizations — the South Florida Sun Sentinel, Miami Herald, Palm…
SACE Input on the Georgia Power IRP (Integrated Resource Plan)
SACE formally intervenes in the Georgia Power IRP (Integrated Resource Plan) process. This blog summarizes our recommendations for expanding energy efficiency and renewables in the plan.
TVA: Take 2019 Draft Long-Range Plan Back to the Drawing Board
Yesterday, April 8, 2019, the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) submitted highly critical comments to TVA proposing an overhaul and calling out lack of transparency and manipulation of data in the…
Climate Leadership and Listening Sessions in the Old North State
This blog was written by Jennifer Rennicks, former Senior Director of Policy & Communications at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.
Advocates packed the room and delivered 2,500 #FreezeTheFees Petitions to KUB Board
This blog was written by Alissa Schafer, former Solar Policy & Communications Manager at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.
Florida Power & Light Drags State to Bottom of Efficiency Rankings
FPL's resistance to utility energy efficiency isolates the company from their corporate peers and dragged Florida down to the bottom of state rankings.
Hey KUB, Do You Hear Your Customers Yet?
KUB customers are paying $19 a month before they even flip on a light switch. In 2010, monthly fixed fees were $6. Since then, fees have tripled! These are some of their…
Does Georgia Power Plan to Increase Its Financially Successful Energy Efficiency Programs?
Georgia Power reported a whopping 6-to-1 savings ratio for every dollar spent on energy efficiency, but the company trails far behind regional leaders and the national average on the relative size and…