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NOAA's national climate report shows another record-breaking year of climate disasters

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released its annual National Climate Report today. Of note, it showed that 2020 had more climate disasters with a billion dollar price tag than any…

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Georgians Secured Their Vote and A Congress Capable of Clean Energy Legislation

SACE and SACE Action Fund staff, members, and volunteers worked together to knock on doors, make phone calls, and send text messages to help make sure Georgians exercised their right to vote.

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EVs Are Here, Plug In Now: Cobalt Blues

This blog post is the fifth blog in a series by SACE volunteer Dave Erb intended to dispel some of the mis- and disinformation which dominate the public discourse about electric vehicles…

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I'm In Hot Water With Santa!

Opting for an electric heat-pump hybrid water heater can add up to significant cost and energy savings plus curb your greenhouse gas emissions.

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Reflections on a year like no other

This year we have suffered collectively and individually in unprecedented ways. In various ways, we have risen to hold one another up. Out of this grief and suffering, what can we cling…

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2020 Electric Transportation Review: Highlights and Winners from the Southeast

2020 saw a number of electric transportation economic development highlights across the Southeast, producing some winning utility engagements and state actions.

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Looking ahead: What climate and energy actions might we see in 2021?

This blog was written by Jennifer Rennicks, former Senior Director of Policy & Communications at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

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Vogtle Units 3 & 4 (VCM 23): Six more months, $700 million more dollars

Latest round of monitoring construction of nuclear units at Plant Vogtle spotlights a decade of inaccuracies in Commission filings.

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Will the Florida PSC Take This Opportunity to Reform Outdated Efficiency Practices?

The Florida PSC could miss a unique opportunity to modernize its outdated practices for setting energy efficiency goals. The outcome of the current rulemaking process is of critical importance for families, businesses,…

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Newest KUB Board member aims to remove barriers and advocate for low-income customers

UPDATE: On January 21, 2021, Claudia Caballero was sworn in as KUB's newest board member. The ACT on KUB coalition came together in the summer of 2020 as a collaborative attempt among…