Land Use Implications of Energy Choices
Criticism has increased recently about the amount of land required for clean energy resources. This blog post examines the land use implications of various energy technologies -- particularly solar.
Two Ways the EPA Can Save Lives and Reduce Pollution with Strong New Rules
Strong EPA rules are a critical tool as we work to protect our communities and the environment from dangerous pollution.
Electric Transportation Toolkit Update Includes New Federal Funding
SACE's 2023 Electric Transportation Toolkit update includes information about federal funding opportunities for local governments as well as case studies demonstrating innovative local government actions to increase access to electric vehicles and…
A New Chance to Go Big with Energy Efficiency in Tennessee
By partnering with local governments to leverage massive new federal grants, TVA can re-embrace efficiency and end Tennessee's status of having among the highest energy consumption in the nation.
TVA CEO Releases Record of Decision on New Gas Plant
On Friday, January 20, 2023, the Tennessee Valley Authority's CEO, Jeff Lyash published a Record of Decision in the Federal Register: it plans to replace the retiring Cumberland coal plant with a…
Florida is scoring BIG in electric transportation wins, will Georgia play smart to catch up?
This op-ed, was written by SACE's former Electric Transportation Equity Manager Patrick King. It originally appeared in the Georgia Recorder on December 22, 2022. It is reprinted here with permission. In recent…
On the Eve of 2023, North Carolina Utilities Commission Releases Carbon Plan
Next planning process to be influenced by Inflation Reduction Act and recent winter storm blackouts.
Southeast State and Local Govt's Stepped Up Their Electric Transportation Game in 2022
Electric vehicle (EV) sales trends and federal policies grab headlines, but state and local governments' actions are helping drive market growth.
Georgia PSC Grinches Deny Tricycles
A decision in the Georgia Power rate case last week failed to provide age-appropriate policy and will ensure Georgia remains a bottom-10 state for rooftop solar.
Senate Approves TVA Board Nominees
All six of President Biden's nominees for the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Board of Directors were confirmed by the US Senate on December 21, 2022.