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Where the Candidates Stand On Energy: Chattanooga Mayoral Candidate Kim White

In this blog, we examine the policies and positions of Kim White, candidate running for Mayor in the Chattanooga runoff election. Also in this series we profile Tim Kelly, the other candidate…

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Where the Candidates Stand On Energy: Chattanooga Mayoral Candidate Tim Kelly

In this blog, we examine the policies and positions of Tim Kelly, candidate running for Mayor in the Chattanooga runoff election. Also in this series we profile Kim White, the other candidate…

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After six-month delay, MLGW’s process to find an alternative energy supply gets an unexpected restart

UPDATE: Update: At their April 6th meeting, the Memphis City Council voted to approve the issuance of a request for proposals (RFP) in order for MLGW to seek alternative power supply options…

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SACE files response to TVA in FERC transmission access case

Back in January, four of TVA's local power company (LPC) customers filed a complaint at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for the ability to pay TVA to use its transmission lines…

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Southeast Energy Exchange Market (SEEM): What we know, Q&A-style

A number of utilities filed a proposal to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) in February to create the Southeast Energy Exchange Market (SEEM). We haven't posted on SEEM for a while,…

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Dominion Energy's Frankenstein proposal would cast a shadow on rooftop solar in SC

Dominion’s recent maneuver to introduce a discriminatory solar proposal reverses their prior leadership and threatens the very solar choice that the state's Energy Freedom Act sought to protect. If implemented, it would…

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Why Strengthening Our Democracy is Vital to Confronting the Climate Crisis

It is essential for communities to have access to the ballot box and the right to vote to ensure everyday Americans’ voices are the basis for how policies are made. Our ability to…

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Byhalia Pipeline is contrary to the future we need

SACE opposes the Byhalia Connection Pipeline, a proposed pipeline that would pump crude oil from Southwest Memphis to Marshall County, Mississippi.

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New Regulatory Landscape Transforms Dominion's Energy Efficiency and IRP Requirements

After years of decline, Dominion Energy has turned a corner and is slowly increasing its annual efficiency savings - but the Public Service Commission is pushing the utility to move much faster…

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Efficiency Leadership for Duke Energy Now Hinges on Florida, IRP, and a Higher Standard of Comparison (Part 2)

Duke has outperformed its regional peers on efficiency for many years now, and in many ways is the best positioned to build on its past performance to reach new levels in the…