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

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Where the 2019 Knoxville Mayoral Candidates Stand on Energy

This post examines where the 2019 Knoxville mayoral candidates stand on key energy and climate issues. As a reminder general election day is less than three weeks away! Early voting starts October…

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O, Watt A Wonderful Start to National Drive Electric Week!

SACE staff attended four National Drive Electric Week events this past Saturday. Catch up on some highlights from the events below and stay tuned to see how events panned out in the…

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Join us as we #ElectrifyTheSouth during National Drive Electric Week!

National Drive Electric Week is coming up. Join us across the Southeast from September 14-22 as we travel around offering test drives and rides in a variety of electric vehicles!

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News & Resources

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Georgia Power Customers to Voice Their Concerns at Savannah Listening Session

Savannah, Ga. — Georgia Power customers are expected to attend a public event Wednesday evening to voice their concerns about Georgia Power’s proposed bill hike in comments to Georgia Public Service Commissioners Tim…

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Georgia Power Customers to Voice Their Concerns at Athens Town Hall

Athens, Ga. — Georgia Power customers are expected to attend a town hall tomorrow evening to voice their concerns about Georgia Power’s proposed bill hike in comments to Georgia Public Service Commissioner Tim…