Solar is a crucial part of a clean energy economy and SACE plays a key role in advocating for strong solar policy in the Southeast. This work takes many different forms throughout the region from electoral campaigns to utility resource planning to regulatory engagement. In addition to policy and advocacy, SACE provides a leading and non-biased evaluation of how solar is (or is not) being deployed across our region. This research and tracking is compiled in our annual Solar in the Southeast report, the most recent versions can be viewed below. With your support, SACE is proud to fight for fair and equitable solar policy.

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TVA deceives the public and the press with misleading claim of solar commitment

Despite what the Tennessee Valley Authority wants you to think, the utility does not have any intention of installing 14 gigawatts (GW) of solar over the next 20 years. In reality, the…

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North Carolina orders Duke Energy to evaluate coal retirements

Coal retirement evaluations, carbon dioxide reduction plans, and evaluation of all - yes, all - resources are now firmly required by the North Carolina Utilities Commission. Duke Energy has until November to…

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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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