Kate Tracy

Communications Manager
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Based in the Knoxville, Tennessee office, Kate curates the SACE voice in digital and traditional media outlets as well as email campaigns, newsletters, and action alerts. Kate also works with utility staff and ally organizations to develop and produce technical reports and webinars. She also tracks media analytics and develops creative content in digital and print form – from videos to campaign flyers. Kate also creates and manages SACE’s campaign websites and supports advocacy, development, and program staff to craft compelling messages based on technical analysis that move audiences to action.

Prior to SACE, Kate lived in Raleigh, North Carolina where she worked in the textile industry and helped develop sustainability programs that benefited, nonprofits, schools, and local artists.

Outside of SACE, Kate enjoys rock climbing throughout the Southeast, trail building, paddling, photography, sewing, and reading. 

Kate's Recent Posts


Where the Candidates Stand on Energy: Complete Series

The Candidates on Climate and Energy blog series highlights critical races in both federal and state offices where support for clean energy policies could be a factor that sways voters. Find links…


Tennesseeans Prepare to Lock Arms as They're Locked Out from TVA's Board Meeting

Ahead of TVA's quarterly board meeting, without the ability to speak directly to TVA's board, ratepayers are gathering to demand and deliver over 4,000 public comments asking TVA not build new fossil…


SACE members speak up for a clean electricity standard

Congress is currently considering a Clean Electricity Performance Program, which could drastically reduce carbon emissions and advance clean energy. Here’s what our members have to say in support of it.

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News & Resources


National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Community Grants Sign on Letter

A letter submitted to the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation by two dozen organizations, including Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, made recommendations for implementing the NEVI Community Grant Program. Funds aim…


Federal Funding for Electric Transportation in Florida

The Southeast Sustainability Directors Network, Florida Sustainability Directors Network, and the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy hosted a webinar for local government staff and leadership to identify federal funding streams to support electric…


Community Town Hall on MLGW Power Supply Decision

After exploring alternative power supply options for Memphis and Shelby County for the last several years, MLGW's staff is recommending the Board of Commissioners sign a never-ending long-term contract to buy power…