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North Carolina and Duke Energy Hold Commanding Lead on Energy Efficiency in the Southeast

Duke Energy and North Carolina continue to lead the Southeast on energy efficiency, accounting for vastly more energy savings than any other utility or state in the region. New state policies and…

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Help us drive electric vehicle adoption in North Carolina with a new license plate!

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

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2019 in Review: Electric Transportation Momentum in the South

Electric Transportation 2019 Highlights: Southern Utilities, States, and Cities

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Green lights and stop signs: A look back at some electric vehicle policies proposed in North Carolina this year

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

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North Carolina’s Zero Emission Vehicle Plan Is On the Starting Line to Confront Climate Change

North Carolina is a newly-established electric transportation leader! The Tarheel State's newly released Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Plan is the first of its kind in the Southeast.

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O, Watt A Wonderful Start to National Drive Electric Week!

Jennifer Rennicks, former Senior Director of Policy & Communications at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, co-authored this post.

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Join us as we #ElectrifyTheSouth during National Drive Electric Week!

Jennifer Rennicks, former Senior Director of Policy & Communications at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy co-authored this post.

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North Carolina orders Duke Energy to evaluate coal retirements

This blog was written by John D. Wilson, former Deputy Director for Regulatory Policy at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

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Anti clean energy NC legislators propose massive wind energy ban

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

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Climate Leadership and Listening Sessions in the Old North State

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