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Protecting Georgians from Unfair Costs for New Reactors

This blog was written by Sara Barczak, former Regional Advocacy Director with the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

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Major Step for Wind Power in the Southeast

This post was co-authored by Dr. Stephen Smith and Toni Reale, SACE's coastal program coordinator. On Monday, November 23rd the U.S. Department of Energy awarded $45 million under the American Recovery and…

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The Answer is Blowing in Our Mountains

The dust has settled after a last minute ban on mountain wind energy in North Carolina was inserted into an otherwise responsibly written state-wide wind permitting bill by the North Carolina Senate. …

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Verify or Be Scammed - A Clean Energy Reminder

Should you bring a lie detector to your home energy audit?  Well, no, but you should count on putting some research and initiative into the project.  Unfortunately, with more investments in energy…

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The Buzz Before Copenhagen

I wanted to share some interesting posts from other blogs about events leading up to the international climate talks in Copenhagen, which are less than four weeks away.  First, here is a…

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Alexander and Webb Tout More Nuclear Pork

This blog was written by Sara Barczak, former Regional Advocacy Director with the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

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Case Builds Against Plant Washington in Georgia

As we begin to reflect on our 2009 coal challenge in Georgia, it is clear that the opposition to Plant Washington continues to grow and we are confident that in 2010 Power4Georgians, the…

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Nuclear Socialism?

You have to love the irony of all this talk of "socialism" these days when the political party that screams the most about the "socialist agenda" is praising the French Nuclear program.…

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Countdown to Copenhagen

In less than one month, world leaders and representatives from nearly 200 nations will gather with technical experts, business leaders, advocates and concerned citizens in Copenhagen, Denmark for the United Nations' 15th…

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Florida editorial writers urge strong state efficiency goals

Next week, a former editorial board editor is one of five Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) members who will direct Florida's major utilities to pursue energy efficiency efforts over the next five…