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Q&A: Clean Energy Generation Member Bruce Johnson

Clean Energy Generation member Bruce Johnson spoke with SACE about leading his small town of Winterville, Georgia on a path to 100% clean renewable energy – and about how you don't have…

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State Forecasts: "Solar in the Southeast" Report

SACE's annual "Solar in the Southeast" report ranks our region's largest utilities. In the fourth blog post of the series, we focus on the individual forecasts for each of the states in…

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Large Utility System Ranking: "Solar in the Southeast" Report

SACE's annual "Solar in the Southeast" report ranks our region's largest utilities. In the third blog post of the series, we examine large utility systems.

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Policies Behind the Performance: "Solar in the Southeast" Report

SACE's annual "Solar in the Southeast" report ranks our region's largest utilities. In the second blog post of the series, we examine policies driving solar growth.

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TVA Planning Process Less "Public" than Private Utilities

TVA is the largest public power utility in the country. Yet the public is largely cut out of TVA's most important decision-making process - its Integrated Resource Plan (IRP).

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SACE's Sixth Annual "Solar in the Southeast" Report Shows Region is Back on Track

This blog post offers an introduction to SACE's sixth annual "Solar in the Southeast" report. Additional blogs in this series will unpack more of the key results and observations.

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Signs of Progress and Hope in 2023

This blog post was written by former SACE Digital Communications Coordinator, Heather Murphy. The Clean Energy Generation is making progress every day here in the Southeast. From students advocating for clean energy…

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Six months in, the Inflation Reduction Act is already unleashing clean energy’s potential

Bob Keefe is the Executive Director of E2 and author of “Climatenomics: Washington, Wall Street and the Economic Battle to Save Our Planet.” This op-ed was first published by the Hill on…

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Analysis finds Renewables cheaper than all Southeast coal plants

Energy Innovation has released updated analysis comparing the cost of continuing to operate coal plants to replacing them with solar, wind, or batteries. The results are clear: continued reliance on coal is…

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Land Use Implications of Energy Choices

Criticism has increased recently about the amount of land required for clean energy resources. This blog post examines the land use implications of various energy technologies -- particularly solar.