Toolkit Outlines 11 Ways for Local Governments to Accelerate Electric Transportation
SACE's Electric Transportation Toolkit simplifies the process for decision-makers to identify cost-effective, sustainable, and equitable solutions and successful strategies to accelerate electric transportation. Take a peek at what's new in the 2022…
VW Settlement Update 2022
It’s been six years since Volkswagen and the EPA agreed to a multiple-part Clean Air Act violation settlement. This updated article explores how Southeastern states have put these funds to use.
Country Roads, Charge At Home
Rural communities are distinct from urban areas in many ways. To ensure that none are left behind as we electrify transportation, we must address their unique mobility needs.
Two Capitol EV Ride and Drives: Carpool Query-oke
The electric transportation team at SACE hosts electric vehicle ride and drives to create space for uninterrupted, hands-on learning about the technology and benefits for lawmakers and their staff.
Georgia Legislators Face Big Clean Energy and Transportation Opportunities
A number of bills at the Georgia General Assembly could bring home benefits of clean energy, electric vehicles, and grow energy equity. Here are five policies of particular significance.
Year-End Data Shows Electric Transportation is Full Speed Ahead in the Southeast
Despite overall U.S. auto sales increasing 3% last year, electric vehicle sales in the Southeast jumped a whopping 49%. But that’s just part of the story.
Combining multiple strategies to address urban mobility needs while electrifying transportation is essential to reach our climate targets
As we work toward electrifying transportation, we must keep in mind that while replacing every vehicle on the road with an EV would vastly reduce emissions, it could also perpetuate existing inequities…
Unpacking the New $5B National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program
The $5 billion National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Program is the cornerstone of $7.5 billion in electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure funding made available by the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act…
North Carolina's EV Charging Infrastructure Ambitions Just Got a Boost
The North Carolina Utility Commission approved Duke Energy's electric vehicle Make Ready Credit Program that will put the responsibility of bringing electricity to EV charging stations on utilities and not EV charging…
Governor Cooper’s Executive Order Commits NC to Address Climate Change and Build an Equitable Clean Energy and Clean Transportation Economy
Today, January 7, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper announced Executive Order 246, reflecting the energy and transportation leadership we at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) and other advocates have called…