Kate Tracy

Communications Coordinator

Kate joined SACE in December 2018 as a Communications Coordinator in the Knoxville, Tennessee office. Kate curates the SACE voice in digital and traditional media outlets. She also tracks media analytics, manages the website and attends community events. 

Prior to SACE, Kate lived in Raleigh, North Carolina and was involved in the textile industry and helped develop sustainability programs that benefited, nonprofits, schools and local artists. She has a history of working with small businesses and artists to develop digital marketing strategies and craft their brand’s story through photography, graphic design and merchandising.

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

Kate's Recent Posts


Southeast Primary Voter Registration Deadlines - Don't Get Caught Unregistered in 2020

It's an election year and with primary voter registration deadlines fast approaching, we breakdown some key dates across the region to make sure the Southeast is ready to vote for clean energy…


On Giving Tuesday: Think Globally, Act Regionally

The effects of the climate crisis are of global magnitude, and many of the worst impacts will be felt right here in the Southeast. By making a donation to the Southern Alliance…


Georgia Power Customers Speak Out Against Fee Hike to the Georgia PSC

Georgia Power's proposed fee hike is unjustified, inequitable and bad for consumers. It must be stopped. Read stories from Georgia Power customers who oppose the nearly doubling of the mandatory monthly fee,…

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News & Resources


Energy Efficiency Report Underscores Lack of Investment in Low-Cost Clean Energy Resource

The Southeast has among the highest energy bills in the country and the lowest energy efficiency performance – but there is a clear solution. Today the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE)…


Georgia Public Service Commission Fails To Protect Georgians from Mandatory Fixed Fees

Atlanta, Georgia - Today the Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC) made its ruling on Georgia Power’s rate case, notably granting an ill-advised $4 increase in the mandatory monthly fee residential customers must…