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Florida Power Bills Spike — Reliance on Fossil Gas to Blame

Florida's families and businesses have been hit with $566 Million in additional fossil gas costs this year - passed on to them by the state's largest power companies - and more costs…

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Our climate is changing, small towns need help adapting

As floodwaters ravaged Middle Tennessee on a Saturday in August, people reached out to ask if my family and I were okay. We were. This was a familiar experience, right down to…

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Patrick King Joins SACE to Expand Electric Transportation Team

I joined SACE as our Electric Transportation Equity Manager at the beginning of October, and I'm beyond excited to help accelerate the transition to equitable electric transportation in the Southeast!

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SACE Supports Innovative TN Solar + Storage Project, Calls on TVA to Drop Opposition

A proposed solar + storage project in Tennessee exemplifies innovative models needed to meet climate goals, generate economic development, and create jobs. The nation’s largest public power company wants to block it…

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Disney Shapes Florida’s Past and Future 

As Walt Disney World celebrates its 50th anniversary, there is no doubt that the wonderful world of Disney has had, and continues to have, an enormous impact on Florida's economy and environment. 

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Customers Remain Without Options in TVA's Fence

Federal regulators missed an opportunity to poke holes in the TVA fence, leaving customers without options for lower cost, cleaner power.

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Local utilities claim TVA retaliated for seeking transmission access

With less than a week before a decision at FERC is expected, sworn statements assert TVA retaliated against utility customers that are seeking the ability to pay TVA to use its transmission…

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Advocacy Groups in Georgia Host 'People’s PSC Hearing' 

On the evening of Thursday, October 7, groups including the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE), Georgia Conservation Voters, Georgia Beyond Coal, We the Plug Tho, Environment Georgia, and the Sierra Club…

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FERC Deadlocked, SEEM Moves Forward

On October 12, 2021, the Southeast Energy Exchange Market (SEEM) proposed in Docket No. ER21-1111 "became effective by operation of law" because of the "absence of Commission action on or before October…

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Florida Prepares to Accelerate Electric Vehicles

Over the past year, the Florida Department of Transportation engaged electric vehicle (EV) stakeholders to develop Florida's EV Master Plan. The plan isn't perfect, but it is a critical step towards accelerating…