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Meet SACE's New Electric Transportation Equity Manager Madelyn Collins

"The intersectional environmentalism I practice is a continuation of spirited advocacy that's been passed down for generations."

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Unprecedented Funding Opportunities for Home Energy Upgrades

SACE hosted a workshop in Knoxville to help spread awareness about the unprecedented opportunities for residents to make home improvements that reduce energy use, lower utility bills, and improve comfort and safety.

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Georgia Students Envision a Clean Energy Economy for the Community

Students at Charles R. Drew High School in Clayton County, Georgia are tackling environmental justice, climate, and clean energy in Mr. Chong’s third period physics class.

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Celebrating Black History Month

The progress made in clean energy would not be possible without the ingenuity and perseverance of Black Americans.

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Two Ways the EPA Can Save Lives and Reduce Pollution with Strong New Rules

Strong EPA rules are a critical tool as we work to protect our communities and the environment from dangerous pollution.

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Here’s What Memphians Are Saying About MLGW’s Power Supply Considerations

Memphians are speaking up, saying they do not want to be tied to TVA indefinitely, but rather want MLGW to leave all options on the table right now. Here are some excerpts…

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As EVs Become More Mainstream in NC, Equal Access is Critical

This article was co-authored by Stan Cross, SACE Electric Transportation Policy Director, and Dr. Shelley Francis, Co-Founder and Director of EVHybridNoire, the nation's largest network of diverse electric vehicle drivers and enthusiasts.…

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Floridians have some of the highest electricity bills in the nation, and bad public policy is keeping it that way

The PSC needs to help get hard-working families off the high-bill treadmill by modernizing energy efficiency policies that will make homes more comfortable, safe, and secure.

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We're on the Cusp of Historic Climate Action

We’re seeing the impacts of climate change every day, with dire implications around the world. It’s time for our nation to begin in earnest to fulfill our duty and meet our pledges…

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Local Knoxville Nonprofit Hosts Open House for Low-income Solar Home 

Energy efficient homes powered by solar + storage and made possible through innovative financing practices serve as models for other sustainable and affordable housing options for many families in Knoxville and surrounding…