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3 Ways to clean up the Asheville coal retirement

This blog was written by John D. Wilson, former Deputy Director for Regulatory Policy at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy with contributions from former SACE staffers Toni Nelson and Amelia Shenstone.

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What do Alpharetta GA and Asheville NC have in common this weekend?

Turns out electric vehicles can bring people together and help save the planet! As part of National Drive Electric Week, a great line-up of public officials, business leaders and environmental groups will be coming…

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Sierra Club: Duke's Asheville coal plant exceeding safe sulfur dioxide levels

This guest blog was written by Emma Greenbaum, who is the Sierra Club's Organizing Representative for North Carolina Beyond Coal in Asheville, NC. For the past several years, the Asheville Beyond Coal campaign has been speaking…

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Visit SACE on the National Solar Tour!

This weekend – on October 4-5 – the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) will participate in the 19th annual National Solar Tour. The event is organized by the American Solar Energy Society…

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Eclipse is gone, Solar's back on

This blog was written by Jennifer Rennicks, former Senior Director of Policy & Communications at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy with contributions from Simon Mahan, former Energy Policy Manager, at the…

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Asheville Dirty Coal Draws Greenpeace Ire

Early this morning Greenpeace activists scaled the 400-foot smokestack at Progress Energy's Asheville coal-fired power plant to call attention to the toxic and dangerous practice of burning coal for power. The 400MW…

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The Crazy True Story Of How A Handful Of Climate Advocates Painted A Red Town Green

This post, by Zack Beauchamp, originally appeared on Think Progress' Climate Progress blog here on July 31, 2013. Knoxville, Tennessee. (Credit: Flickr user Alex Banakas) You might be surprised that the same…

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Join us for Solar Sundae Fundraiser in Asheville on July 8

This blog was written by Sarah Gilliam, former Communications Coordinator at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

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Re-cap from Climate Marches in Asheville, Charleston and South Florida!

This blog was written by Sarah Gilliam, former Communications Coordinator at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy with contributions from Chris Carnevale, Coastal Climate and Energy Manager, and Alissa Schafer, former Solar…