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A 'Just Transition' for Coal Country

As we celebrate progress in the right direction in terms of reducing climate pollution, we also recognize that many local economies have been historically dependent on jobs in the fossil fuel industry.…

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Good (News) Friday: The Sun Shines for Whites Creek

This blog post was written by Jason Carney, former Clean Energy Program Manager with the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

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TN NAACP College & Youth Division: Preparing for Climate Change

This blog was written by Sandra Upchurch, former Energy Justice Manager at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy. SACE's Sandra Upchurch reports back from the 15th Annual NAACP-TN Race Relation/Advocacy Summit in…

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Putting a Face on Energy Burden: Nashvillians Deserve Answers for High Bills

This blog post was written by Jason Carney, former Clean Energy Program Manager with the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy. This posting, which is part of SACE's series 'Putting a Face on…

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KUB: Time to put the PUBLIC back in public power

It's time to hold KUB accountable for serving us, the customers, with transparency, accountability, and affordability like the public power company it's supposed to be.

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Here’s What Customers Say About Duke’s Fee Increase That Takes Away Customer Control

This is the third of a multi-part blog series highlighting comments from South Carolina Duke Energy customers about how Duke's proposed fee hike would impact them and why they are opposed. The comments…

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Here’s What Customers Say About Duke’s Fee Increase & Corporate Accountability

This is the second of a multi-part blog series highlighting comments from South Carolina Duke Energy customers about how Duke's proposed fee hike would impact them and why they are opposed. The comments…

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Here's What Customers Say About Duke's Unaffordable Fee Increase

This is the first of a multi-part blog series highlighting comments from South Carolina Duke Energy customers about how Duke's proposed fee hike would impact them and why they are opposed. The comments…

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KUB Fixed Fee Increases - based on economics or just a feeling?

KUB appears to have set electric rates on feelings rather than economics for years, keeping customers in the dark about how rates align with costs, and has no apparent plans to change. This…

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Showing Up to Demand Energy Equity in Tennessee

This blog was written by Sandra Upchurch, former Energy Justice Manager at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.