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TVA is the biggest SunBlocker (again): Solar in the Southeast (Part 4)

The fourth installment of our blog series discussing the outcomes of SACE's 2018 "Solar in the Southeast" report discusses TVA's shortcomings when it comes to embracing clean solar.

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State of Tennessee Agrees TVA Should Be Conducting Its Business In Public

This blog is written by Lindsay Pace, Regional Organizer in Tennessee working on the Renew TN campaign. The current state of affairs in Tennessee is #NotPublicPower.

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Good (News) Friday: The Sun Shines for Whites Creek

Community Solar built for the people, by the people of the Bordeaux-Whites Creek-Joelton community.

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TVA: Take 2019 Draft Long-Range Plan Back to the Drawing Board

Yesterday, April 8, 2019, the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) submitted highly critical comments to TVA proposing an overhaul and calling out lack of transparency and manipulation of data in the…

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Last Minute "Transparency" - TVA releases key planning data days before comment deadline

Reports predict some lovely spring weather this weekend... but instead of frolicking outdoors, SACE staff will be diligently reviewing the last-minute release of data from TVA just days before the deadline to…

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TN NAACP College & Youth Division: Preparing for Climate Change

SACE's Sandra Upchurch reports back from the 15th Annual NAACP-TN Race Relation/Advocacy Summit in Jackson, TN, where young leaders are developing their consciousness of environmental and climate justice.

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Putting a Face on Energy Burden: Nashvillians Deserve Answers for High Bills

This posting, which is part of SACE's series 'Putting a Face on Energy Burden,' tells the story of Annie Pearl Patton, a Nashville resident suffering high energy burden outside of her control.

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KUB: Time to put the PUBLIC back in public power

It's time to hold KUB accountable for serving us, the customers, with transparency, accountability, and affordability like the public power company it's supposed to be.

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KUB Fixed Fee Increases - based on economics or just a feeling?

KUB appears to have set electric rates on feelings rather than economics for years, keeping customers in the dark about how rates align with costs, and has no apparent plans to change. This…

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Showing Up to Demand Energy Equity in Tennessee

SACE staff Sandra Upchurch, Jason Carney, and Michael MacMiller joined our partners in NAACP's Environmental & Climate Justice Committee (ECJ) in Nashville on February 19 for the TN NAACP State Conference’s "Day on…