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The 2022 Rate Case: Georgia Power’s $2.9 Billion Ask  

In the 2022 rate case, the Georgia PSC will determine what are "fair and reasonable" rates and charges Georgia Power can collect from its ~2.7 million customers over the next three years.

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More Electric School Buses, Healthier Latinx Children

This year, during Latinx Heritage Month, join us in calling for school districts to address historic environmental injustices by investing in electric school buses.

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As EVs Become More Mainstream in NC, Equal Access is Critical

This article was co-authored by Stan Cross, SACE Electric Transportation Policy Director, and Dr. Shelley Francis, Co-Founder and Director of EVHybridNoire, the nation's largest network of diverse electric vehicle drivers and enthusiasts.…

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Prevailing Winds: Building Momentum Offshore

With 1-5 GW of offshore wind capacity, South Carolina is poised to become a key part of efforts to catalyze offshore wind energy, strengthen the domestic supply chain, and create jobs.

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Floridians have some of the highest electricity bills in the nation, and bad public policy is keeping it that way

The PSC needs to help get hard-working families off the high-bill treadmill by modernizing energy efficiency policies that will make homes more comfortable, safe, and secure.

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Georgia Power's Long-Term Energy Plans Make Progress on Clean Energy, But Key Issues Deferred

On Thursday, July 21st, the Georgia Public Service Commission concluded the months-long process of deciding on Georgia Power’s 2022 Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) or long-term resource plan. The results of the IRP…

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Georgia Power’s 2022 Integrated Resource Plan in the Home Stretch: Yet Key Issues Remain 

A number of issues that we (Southern Alliance for Clean Energy & Southface), and other parties, are concerned about, were either omitted from the Stipulation or otherwise insufficiently addressed.

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We Won’t Give Up on Justice for the Kingston Coal Ash Workers

13 years after TVA’s massive ash spill, workers and advocates attend a critical court hearing.

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Congress Can Help Tennessee Lead Charge to Electric Vehicle Transition

Beyond money and jobs, electric cars and trucks are important for our health and the health of our children, who are especially affected by pollution.

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Our climate is changing, small towns need help adapting

As floodwaters ravaged Middle Tennessee on a Saturday in August, people reached out to ask if my family and I were okay. We were. This was a familiar experience, right down to…