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Honoring Black History Month: Cornelia Crenshaw, Unsung Hero of the Civil Rights Movement

This blog was written by Jazzmyn Davenport, who is SACE's Energy Justice Intern and attends Christian Brothers University in Memphis, TN. As Black History Month comes to a close, we wanted to take…

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SACE Staffer Makes Powerful Statement on Energy Justice at NAACP's 17th Annual Legislative Day on the Hill

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

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New Solar Choice Coalition Launched in Tennessee

This blog was written by Alissa Schafer, former Solar Policy & Communications Manager at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

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Worst to First? Lifting up Tennessee Through the Proud Voter Challenge

This blog entry was written by Allie Brown, former Clean Energy Advocacy Manager at SACE.

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Boo! Should Duke Energy's Shift from Electricity Rates to Mandatory Fees Scare Us?

Duke Energy Progress is facing a tough time with its spooky request to raise customer rates by 14 percent. North Carolina's customer advocate has come out strongly against the 14 percent rate…

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Guest Commentary: A time to break down, a time to build up: energy equity and the Southeast’s future

This is a guest post originally published by Southeast Energy News. SACE's own Amelia Shenstone was one of five "clean energy energy superheroes" awarded during the #ATL100 event for her leadership on…

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Walking in Memphis—Just Feet Above a Coal Ash Cesspool

This guest blog by Lisa Evans, Sr. Administrative Counsel at Earthjustice, is re-posted from July 19, 2017. The original appears here. Memphis residents now have another reason to sing the blues. Last…

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A Penny Shared is a Penny Used to Lift Energy Burdens in Memphis

As temperatures begin creeping above 100 degrees and air conditioners strain to keep homes and businesses cool, Memphis Light, Gas and Water (MLGW) kicked off its official roll out period for its…

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Interview: A Groundbreaking Plan to "Drawdown" Greenhouse Gas

What will it take to get to a point where the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere starts getting smaller? That's the question behind a new book from Paul Hawken and…

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Memphis Wins BIG in the Solar in Your Community Challenge!

This blog was written by Alissa Schafer, former Solar Policy & Communications Manager at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.