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Southeast Coal Roundup - Duke and Other Southeast Utilities

Across our region, utilities are announcing idling or retirement of their older, uncontrolled coal units and embracing futures with less coal and more renewables in their long term generation planning.  First we…

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Southeast Coal Roundup - Southern Company

Due to the perfect storm of stricter environmental regulations, the current state of malaise in the U.S. economy and the drastic reduction in the price of natural gas, we are beginning to…

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Southeast Coal Roundup - Tennessee Valley Authority

Due to the perfect storm of stricter environmental regulations, the current state of malaise in the U.S. economy and the drastic reduction in the price of natural gas, we are beginning to…

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Why the U.S. Power Grid's Days are Numbered

This article was originally published by Bloomberg Businessweek on August 22, 2013,  and was authored by Chris Martin, Mark Chediak, and Ken Wells.  There are 3,200 utilities that make up the U.S. electrical grid, the…

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Sharp Manufacturing Jobs at Solar Facility in Memphis

Last week I had the pleasure of touring the Sharp Manufacturing Company of America’s Memphis, TN facility with a few members of SACE staff.  Having used Sharp solar panels for both our…

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Statement: Alabama Power needs more transparent regulation

This blog was written by Amelia Shenstone, former Regional Advocacy Director with the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

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More solar and what else? A breakdown of the approved Georgia Power IRP

SACE Renewable Energy Manager Charlie Coggeshall and Energy Efficiency Director Natalie Mims contributed to this post. You've probably heard the news by now: Georgia is going to get a whole lot more…

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Georgians await ruling on clean energy in Georgia Power long-range plan

Will Georgia get more solar? Will unnecessary dirty coal plants get shut down? Will Georgians get more help saving energy and lowering our bills? These questions and more are on the line…

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South Carolina On-Bill Financing Gives Homeowners More Freedom!

As we celebrate our nation's Independence Day, we would like to take the opportunity to highlight another successful independence tale: The story of South Carolinians regaining control of their energy spending! In…

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Efficiency Works for Louisiana

This blog was originally posted by the Alliance for Affordable Energy. On June 26th in Baton Rouge, the Louisiana Public Service Commission voted 3-2 to reinstate the statewide plan for energy efficiency…