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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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"Solar in the Southeast" Report: Federal Actions Could Propel Solar Industry Forward

In this second blog post of our series about the "Solar in the Southeast" fifth annual report, SACE elaborates on the supply chain disruption currently impacting the solar sector and the resulting…

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SACE's Fifth Annual "Solar in the Southeast" Report: Solar Demonstrates Resiliency Despite Significant Supply Chain Disruption

Each year, SACE highlights solar data and trends throughout the region in our annual "Solar in the Southeast" report.

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TVA issues request for carbon-free energy proposals

On July 12, 2022, the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) issued a request for proposals (RFP) for up to 5 GW of carbon-free electric capacity to potentially connect to the TVA grid by…

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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…

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What's at the Center of the Georgia Power 2022 Rate Case?

We're still a few weeks away from final PSC decisions on the Georgia Power IRP (Integrated Resource Plan) and yet we've already begun the companion Rate Case process. The Company made its…

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Georgia Power’s 2022 Integrated Resource Plan in the Home Stretch: Yet Key Issues Remain 

A number of issues that we (Southern Alliance for Clean Energy & Southface), and other parties, are concerned about, were either omitted from the Stipulation or otherwise insufficiently addressed.

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KUB breaks ground on community solar project, but many details remain unclear 

On Friday, April 29th, the Knoxville Utilities Board (KUB) broke ground on a new 1 megawatt (MW) community solar project located in front of the city’s Public Works Building on a brownfield…

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Key Findings from the New Berkeley Lab Report on Solar-Adopter Income and Demographic Trends

New evidence that the solar market is deepening and broadening and successfully reaching more diverse income levels.

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Florida bill will decimate rooftop solar adoption; Governor DeSantis should veto it

The Florida Legislature passed a bill that will decimate rooftop solar adoption, jobs, and deny energy freedom to over 8 million Florida families and businesses. The bill was driven by unvetted and…