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SC Regulators Must Demand Qualified Review

SACE adds its voice to calls for the South Carolina Public Service Commission to disqualify Pegasus Global as their consultant for key regulatory proceedings.

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Are electric utilities living up to their promises to cut carbon emissions?

New report uses historical carbon emissions and planned generation to answer the question of whether the Southeast power sector is on track to decarbonize at a rate adequate enough to mitigate the…

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There They Go Again in Florida, Abandoning Customers Who Want To Lower Bills

Florida’s biggest power companies were successful in gutting state energy savings goals in 2014 – this time - many of them are determined to bury the goals once and for all. That…

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TVA releases final long-term resource plan, and we are underwhelmed

TVA fails to deliver on energy efficiency, renewable energy, and transparency in their final IRP. But most of all, it fails its customers.

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House budget would stop seismic testing, new IHAs and offshore drilling!

The U.S. House of Representatives just voted to protect our coasts from offshore drilling. Read on to find out more.

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Four Southeast Utility Regulators to Watch

E&E News published an interesting article yesterday on state energy regulators that are "shaking things up," and four of them hail from Southeast states. We recognize the four regulators highlighted below, do…

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Knoxville heats up: City Council takes KUB to task over rising fixed fees

Things got heated at the Knoxville City Council meeting Tuesday night, as Knoxville decision-makers showed they are listening to constituents, and question the Knoxville Utilities Board's (KUB) high mandatory fixed fees on…

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South Carolina PSC Slaps Down Outrageous Duke Fee Hike

The South Carolina Public Service Commission (PSC) issued its conclusions for Duke Energy's proposed fee hike this week, which amounted to a victory for customers. Though the Commission's order is not perfect,…

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SACE Input on the Georgia Power IRP (Integrated Resource Plan)

SACE formally intervenes in the Georgia Power IRP (Integrated Resource Plan) process. This blog summarizes our recommendations for expanding energy efficiency and renewables in the plan.

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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.