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Energy independence

This blog post, by CHRISTIAN ROSELUND, editor of PV Magazine, was written on Wednesday, July 4 and originally published on the PV Magazine website here.  This July 4, it is more important –…

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Florida municipal solar highlights first half of 2018

As we approach the middle of 2018, it seems appropriate to reflect on the first half of the year. We've seen some big solar projects announced so far this year like the…

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Join us for Solar Sundae Fundraiser in Asheville on July 8

Solar Sundae is back and better than ever! Join the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy on July 8th, from 12-4PM for a beer at Highland Brewing Company. For every pint sold, $1…

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Worst Solar Year Since 2011? TVA on Track for an Embarrassing Record Low

Here we are, just about half way through the year. School is out for the summer, 4th of July picnic plans are in full swing, and the days are long and sunny.…

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Staff Update: Happy Summer Solstice!

Hear from SACE's Executive Director, Dr. Stephen A. Smith, on the 2018 Summer Solstice. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FzHrzZQZpM4

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Whites Creek High Senior Inspired by Solar

This blog is a guest post by Jalaysia Hagewood, a graduating senior at Whites Creek High School in Nashville, TN. Jalaysia and her classmates are designing and building the Whites Creek Solar…

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My switch to Virtual Solar

I've enrolled in the new Virtual Solar program offered by my utility in Georgia, Sawnee EMC. For several years, I've been enrolled in their Green Power program, which produces electricity from landfill…

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Write a Letter for South Carolina Solar Today!

With just two weeks left in this energy-focused South Carolina legislative session, the Legislature has not passed anything to ensure the protection of customers' access to solar power as a way to…

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Sun Continues to Shine on Florida; Solar Lease Gets Green Light

Do you want to power your home with a rooftop solar system, but don’t want to spend the upfront cash for a system, or don’t want the responsibility of maintaining the system?…

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Where Does the Florida PSC Stand on Expanding Rooftop Solar?

Where does the Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) stand on expanding the benefits of rooftop solar to more Floridians? The 5-member commission, appointed by Governor Scott, failed to approve a proposed solar…