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Advocates and Businesses Rally around Advanced Clean Trucks Rule in North Carolina

Advocates and businesses are calling for North Carolina’s adoption of the Advanced Clean Trucks Rule (ACT) to accelerate truck and bus electrification in the state.

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"Solar in the Southeast" Report: Large Utility Rankings

SACE's annual "Solar in the Southeast" report ranks our region's largest utilities. In the third blog post of the series, we examine how those rankings have evolved over the past five years.

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We're on the Cusp of Historic Climate Action

We’re seeing the impacts of climate change every day, with dire implications around the world. It’s time for our nation to begin in earnest to fulfill our duty and meet our pledges…

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"Solar in the Southeast" Report: Federal Actions Could Propel Solar Industry Forward

In this second blog post of our series about the "Solar in the Southeast" fifth annual report, SACE elaborates on the supply chain disruption currently impacting the solar sector and the resulting…

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Georgia Power's Long-Term Energy Plans Make Progress on Clean Energy, But Key Issues Deferred

On Thursday, July 21st, the Georgia Public Service Commission concluded the months-long process of deciding on Georgia Power’s 2022 Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) or long-term resource plan. The results of the IRP…

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WV v. EPA: SCOTUS rules on EPA authority to regulate GHG emissions

We explore how the ruling does - and does not - affect opportunities for climate action nationally and in the Southeast.

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SACE's Fifth Annual "Solar in the Southeast" Report: Solar Demonstrates Resiliency Despite Significant Supply Chain Disruption

Each year, SACE highlights solar data and trends throughout the region in our annual "Solar in the Southeast" report.

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What's at the Center of the Georgia Power 2022 Rate Case?

We're still a few weeks away from final PSC decisions on the Georgia Power IRP (Integrated Resource Plan) and yet we've already begun the companion Rate Case process. The Company made its…

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Evaluation Shows Memphians Would Benefit from New Power Supply, More Information Will Reveal Benefits

On June 9, Memphis’ city utility, MLGW, hosted a joint meeting to the MLGW Board and Memphis City Council to present preliminary findings of their evaluation thus far of the bids MLGW…

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Tracking Decarbonization in the Southeast: 2022 Annual Update

Climate science shows we must achieve net-zero GHG emissions between 2040-2055 to limit the global average temperature increase to 1.5 degrees C and avoid the worst impacts of the climate crisis.