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Colorado shows path forward on renewable energy

From Colorado to the Southeast? A major settlement on vexing renewable energy issues has just been announced in Colorado that has important implications for the Southeast. On August 15, a major settlement…

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Florida Solar Month: History of Solar Power in the Sunshine State

This is a guest post written by Jonathan Deesing, who is a home solar specialist with SolarPowerAuthority.com living in Salt Lake City, Utah. During the month of August, SACE will sharing blogs that promote solar…

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How much solar and wind will Georgia utility regulators allow?

Here's a question that the Georgia Public Service Commission will be answering tomorrow: How much #solar & #wind energy should #GeorgiaPower add to their energy mix over the next 3 years? Enough…

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Guest Post: 9 facts about solar in the Southeast

This is guest post originally written by Kathie Zipp with Solar Power World. The original post can be viewed here. Slides and content were taken from a presentation given at the 2016 Intersolar North…

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Southeast Green Interview: Dr. Stephen A. Smith talks Solar Wars in Florida

This interview originally ran on Southeast Green's website and is accessible here. The Sun Shines in Florida, so Why so Little Solar? Southeast Green's Beth Bond recently talked with Southern energy expert…

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Declare Energy Independence this July 4th!

This blog was compiled by Kailie Melchior, Communications Intern with SACE. Once again we are gearing up to celebrate the Fourth of July, which also means it’s time to declare your energy…

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Solar For All Report Offers Solutions to Help Disadvantaged Southeastern Communities Harness the Sun

The Southern Environmental Law Center (SELC) recently released a report entitled Solar For All: What Utilities Can Do Right Now to Bring Solar Within Reach for Everyday Folks. SACE supports the report,…

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EPA Moves Forward As Harvard Recognizes Billions of "Hidden" Clean Power Plan Benefits

UPDATE: EPA published its draft Clean Energy Incentive Program rule language in the Federal Register on June 30, 2016 - officially beginning the public comment period. EPA will accept public comments on…

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Green Spirit Awards: Two leading sources of dehydration team up to save water! (HINT: One's beer.)

This is the fifth post in our Green Spirit Awards monthly blog series, highlighting breweries, wineries and distilleries in the Southeast using clean energy to create tasty, sustainable beverages. You can read…

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Voting for solar in Florida has never been more important… or easier!

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