Unprecedented Funding Opportunities for Home Energy Upgrades
SACE hosted a workshop in Knoxville to help spread awareness about the unprecedented opportunities for residents to make home improvements that reduce energy use, lower utility bills, and improve comfort and safety.
Undiversified: TVA's Economic Development Problem, Failure to Invest in Energy Efficiency
It's time TVA showed it cares about the economic well-being of its existing customers and local communities by truly investing in energy efficiency.
Decoding the Impact of Gas Prices on Electric Bills
Increasing bill volatility is one of many drawbacks of a gas-reliant electric system. We need to change the way we regulate fuel cost recovery and move away from heavy gas reliance.
New Traction on Efficiency Programs for Manufactured Homes
Manufactured homes consume far more energy per square foot than other types of construction, making electric bills unaffordable for many residents. Despite the South having more manufactured homes than any other region,…
Outdated Energy Efficiency Policies Still Holding Florida Back
After nearly three years, the Florida Public Service Commission will soon consider substantive changes to its 30 year old energy efficiency rules. Its decision will either cement Florida's position at the bottom…
Energy Efficiency in the Southeast Annual Report: Federal Funding Adds to Tremendous Potential
Despite years of underinvestment on efficiency in the Southeast, a massive infusion of new federal funding and recent changes in utility resource planning create a once-in-a-generation opportunity to cash in our region's…
Five Key Priorities for New TVA Board Leadership
On February 16, six new members of the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Board of Directors will join three existing members for the first quarterly TVA Board meeting of 2023 in Florence, Alabama.…
On the Eve of 2023, North Carolina Utilities Commission Releases Carbon Plan
Next planning process to be influenced by Inflation Reduction Act and recent winter storm blackouts.
Senate Approves TVA Board Nominees
All six of President Biden's nominees for the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Board of Directors were confirmed by the US Senate on December 21, 2022.
TVA Nears Decision to Build New Gas Plant and Pipeline in Middle Tennessee
TVA is trying to lock in the gas plants it wants to build at Cumberland and Kingston so that these decisions cannot be backtracked in the next IRP.