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TVA Proposes to Axe Customer Solar Program

On November 8, SACE submitted comments to TVA on their proposal to do away with a program that compensates customers for solar generated at their house or business and replace it with…

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Plant Vogtle Expansion in the Spotlight: billion$ more at risk

On the heels of public hearings before the Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC) on Georgia Power’s controversial $2.2 billion rate increase request, the “Elephant in the Room” will be in the spotlight:…

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Experts Rip Into Georgia Power's Proposed Fee Hike

Georgia Power's mandatory fee hike proposal was sloppily calculated and is outrageously overly inflated -- That's the unanimous conclusion of experts who tore into Georgia Power's proposed fee hike in testimony filed…

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TVA Contract Drawbacks Outweigh Benefits for KUB

SACE urges KUB to refrain from signing the bad-deal contract the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) has strongly been encouraging local power companies to sign.

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Florida: One Step Closer to Becoming Solar Energy Leader

A settlement agreement filed at the Florida Public Service Commission on the SolarTogether community solar program will, if approved, allow all FPL customers - including low-income - to participate in the largest community…

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Another classic case of doublespeak from a Southeast utility –– this time it's Alabama Power

Alabama Power packages solar capacity approved four years ago into current proposal for gas plants.

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What's everyone in the solar industry talking about?

Bryan Jacob represented SACE at Solar Power International (SPI) and North America Smart Energy Week along with 19,000 other energy professionals. Following are Bryan's reflections from this annual convening.

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Stan Cross Joins SACE to Expand Electric Transportation Team

At the beginning of September, I joined SACE as our Electric Transportation Policy Director. Today, I’d like to share a bit of my personal journey to this position and why I’m excited…

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TVA deceives the public and the press with misleading claim of solar commitment

Despite what the Tennessee Valley Authority wants you to think, the utility does not have any intention of installing 14 gigawatts (GW) of solar over the next 20 years. In reality, the…

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Will Duke Energy live up to its net-zero carbon commitment?

This blog was co-written by John D. Wilson, former Deputy Director for Regulatory Policy at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.