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How I Went Solar In South Carolina

My wife and I just got solar installed on our home's roof a couple months ago and here is our story of how we went solar. Hopefully it helps you go solar…

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Florida: Energy Winners and Losers in 2017

Happy 2018! As we would look forward to taking positive steps  towards a cleaner, smarter energy future in the Sunshine State this year, it’s instructive to look at the state energy trends…

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These 51 Southeast Mayors and Communities Are Going for 100% Renewable Energy

Mayors and cities around the Southeast are going all in on renewable energy, which can help lower electricity costs, reduce pollution, and create jobs. The Sierra Club is compiling a list of…

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The Changing Solar Landscape in the Southeastern US

This is a guest post written by Dr. Elise B. Fox, Principal Engineer at Savannah River National Laboratory in Aiken, SC, and Fellow of the American Chemical Society. The Southeastern US is…

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Poll: Majority of Tennessee Voters Support Solar and Oppose Fixed Charges On Bill or Restrictions to Customer Choice

Recent polling conducted by North Star Opinion Research shows widespread support throughout Tennessee for solar energy as well as strong opposition to solar market barriers currently being erected by the Tennessee Valley…

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Report: Wind, solar are cheapest options, NOW

Don't believe the fake news hype about cheap coal and natural gas! A new report out by energy industry experts, Lazard Associates, shows that wind power and solar power are now the lowest…

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New Solar Choice Coalition Launched in Tennessee

As the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) contemplates structural rate changes that would limit or prevent customer choice and fair access to affordable renewable energy, SACE was proud to join founding members of…

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Jobs, $$$, and Clean Energy: Solar Company Investing Big in South Carolina

South Carolina got a major announcement on Thursday, when solar energy development company Cypress Creek Renewables proposed a major investment in the Palmetto State. Cypress Creek announced they aim to build 2,000…

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Congress: Picking energy losers, over clean energy winners

Congress just released its proposed "tax reform" plan - and it's a doozie. Instead of promoting renewable energy and electric vehicles, the plan would slash those incentives - while giving a massive bailout…

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JEA’s new solar program: The good, the bad, and the ugly

The JEA board yesterday approved a new solar package that was put together by its staff on a very tight timeline despite a months-long stakeholder process. JEA is the largest municipal utility…