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Not Fooling, New EV Pilot Approved in Florida

The Florida Public Service Commission approved an EV charging pilot program for Tampa Electric Company allowing the company to own and operate 200 new charging ports.

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President Biden Boosts Offshore Wind

President Biden unveiled his plan to begin harnessing the power of offshore wind energy this week.

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A Bold Plan to Build Back Better with Clean Energy Jobs & Infrastructure

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

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Nothing to Lose, everything to gain: Memphians will only benefit from MLGW’s request for proposals

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 for…

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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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EV Readiness - Why We Need It Now

Electric vehicle (EV) readiness dramatically decreases the costs to install EV charging infrastructure down the road by utilizing pre-construction planning to include parking spaces with electrical infrastructure that enables future EV charging.

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Memphis Elected Officials Reject Byhalia Pipeline

Over the past week, Memphis City Council and Shelby County Commission each took actions to protect the community from the impacts of the Byhalia Connection, the proposed pipeline that would carry crude…

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Southern Company and Georgia Power are funding politicians sponsoring voter suppression efforts. We’re fighting back

Update: SB 202 passed the Georgia House on the morning of Thursday, March 25  by a party-line vote of 100 to 75, and was passed by the Senate that night on a…

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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…