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Voters choose a clean energy champion to lead Knoxville!

On Tuesday, the city of Knoxville elected its next Mayor, Indya Kincannon. The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) believes that Kincannon is well suited to continue to reduce the city and…

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Florida PSC Holds the Line on Energy Efficiency

In a positive step, the Florida Public Service Commission rejected its staff recommendation to approve the utilities' proposed energy savings goals of zero, or near zero. Instead, the Commission voted 4-1 to maintain…

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Where the 2019 Knoxville Mayoral Candidates Stand on Energy

This post examines where the 2019 Knoxville mayoral candidates stand on key energy and climate issues. As a reminder general election day is less than three weeks away! Early voting starts October…

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What's everyone in the solar industry talking about?

Bryan Jacob represented SACE at Solar Power International (SPI) and North America Smart Energy Week along with 19,000 other energy professionals. Following are Bryan's reflections from this annual convening.

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Question: How can Knoxville lead on climate change?

Answer: Be bold, base actions on science, and involve the community.

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Will the next mayor of Knoxville be a climate leader?

Clean energy voters in Knoxville want to hear from mayoral candidates that addressing the climate crisis is a priority.

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TVA deceives the public and the press with misleading claim of solar commitment

Despite what the Tennessee Valley Authority wants you to think, the utility does not have any intention of installing 14 gigawatts (GW) of solar over the next 20 years. In reality, the…

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Will Duke Energy live up to its net-zero carbon commitment?

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

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Energy Efficiency: Codes and Standards and Programs, oh my!

If codes and standards are making us more efficient, do utilities need to continue to invest in energy efficiency? Yes! Read on to see why.

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Georgia Power Wants You to Pay More For Using Less Energy

In June, Georgia Power submitted a proposal to charge its customers for an additional $2.2 billion. A very troubling part of Georgia Power's proposal: they propose to nearly double the mandatory monthly…