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SACE Files Testimony Against Georgia Power's Latest Fossil Fuel Frenzy

Georgia Power is stuck in the fossil past. If their latest requests are granted, all of us will pay the price.

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TVA: NEPA is Not a Stand-in for Public Input in an IRP

While TVA's IRP is not exempt from NEPA review, TVA can and should have a separate public, accessible, and transparent process for its IRPs.

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2023's Record-Breaking Extreme Weather Makes Strong Power Plant Carbon Rules Even More Important

Climate change disproportionately impacts our most vulnerable communities. We need EPA to adopt the strongest possible limits on pollution from power plants in order to protect our region's health and environmental safety.

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TVA, Our Nation's Largest "Public" Utility Has The Least Public Planning Process

TVA's Board of Directors refused to hold a public hearing on TVA's 2024 draft IRP, so we held our own.

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Brightening Georgia With Solar For Lower-Income Households and Nonprofits

Georgia Bright aims to extend the advantages of solar power to low and middle-income residents, ultimately reducing the burden of utility bills.

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Winter Storm Blackouts - Reflections from a Year Later

Southeast utilities are using the specter of blackouts last year to double down on the resource that failed customers the most: gas. Instead utilities should look to energy efficiency, solar and storage,…

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Dereliction of Duty

Georgia Public Service Commission accepts equality rather than equity for Vogtle 3 & 4 cost allocation

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Clean Energy Education & Environmental Action in Clayton County

Clayton County resident and Clean Energy Generation leader Rhudine Steele joined forces with SACE to advocate for clean energy, distributing Inflation Reduction Act handouts at the Rivers Alive Stream Cleanup.

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Rising Up from the Bottom, TVA's $1.5 Billion Efficiency Announcement

TVA’s recent announcement that it will spend $1.5 Billion on energy efficiency and demand management over the next four years may be an important first step, marking a major transition for the…

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Take a Video Tour of a Clean Energy Home

By taking gradual steps to integrate energy efficiency, solar and storage, charging for electric vehicles, and managing when energy is used, our homes can run on clean energy and be microcosms of…