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Utility Leaders, current and future: "Solar in the Southeast" (part 3)

Last week, our blog series took a look at the SunRisers. But there are a number of other large utilities who deserve recognition on both our current and future leaderboards. Today's blog…

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Solar in the Southeast: 2018 SunRisers (Part 2)

In the second post of our series following up on the release of SACE's 2018 "Solar in the Southeast" Report, we shed some light on old and new SunRisers, those utilities who…

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Rewarding Failure: Taxpayers on Hook for $12 Billion Nuclear Boondoggle

Vogtle’s nuclear expansion is billions of dollars over budget, its completion is far from certain, and the federal government is once again coming to the rescue. This guest blog was posted with…

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"Solar in the Southeast" 2018 Annual Report (Part 1)

We are pleased to release of the second annual "Solar in the Southeast" report and hope that you will find the data and analysis both helpful and interesting. We updated last year's…

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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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Thoughts on Florida Energy Choice Initiative

SACE is not in support of the Florida Energy Choice ballot amendment initiative. Two reasons for our stand: the likelihood that 6,000 MW of planned solar over the next 5 years could…

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

This blog post was written by Jason Carney, former Clean Energy Program Manager with the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy. This posting, which is part of SACE's series 'Putting a Face on…

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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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Here’s What Customers Say About Duke’s Fee Increase That Takes Away Customer Control

This is the third of a multi-part blog series highlighting comments from South Carolina Duke Energy customers about how Duke's proposed fee hike would impact them and why they are opposed. The comments…