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SACE staff reports live from the Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference on the panels they hosted on sea level rise solutions in the Carolinas and bridging the separate conversations of climate mitigation vs. adaptation by talking about the resiliency benefits of distributed clean energy. https://youtu.be/Ul8vEL1moWo
Communications Coordinator at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, Sarah Gilliam, is reporting from a beautiful house on Edisto Island, SC that is harnessing the energy of the sun and taking advantage of the solar policy SACE has helped get passed in the Palmetto State! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qkYwIf7KEBE
Chairman of the SACE board, John Noel III, shares a few words about SACE and thanks our members at the Annual SACE Board Meeting in Asheville, NC! https://youtu.be/gOVID2rfT8o
Get prepared for hurricane season with advice and facts about Solar from Alissa Jean Schafer, Solar Communication and Policy Manager at SACE. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OdBXEoKsstc
Simon Mahan, Renewable Energy Manager with SACE, recaps the WindPower 2016 conference hosted by AWEA in New Orleans, LA. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YuV4ugaQ8Uk&feature=youtu.be
SACE Coastal Climate and Energy Manager Chris Carnevale meets with legislators in our nation's capital to share why we need to protect our coasts from offshore drilling. https://youtu.be/23Si3AjP9dE
SACE's Executive Director, Dr. Stephen Smith, recaps the progress we made in 2015 towards a clean energy future in the Southeast. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UM64jPXyiV0&feature=youtu.be
SACE Southeast Energy Research Attorney, Angela Garrone attends Sierra Club's Environmental Justice Conference.
SACE Renewable Energy Manager, Simon Mahan gives a brief summary on the focus and takeaways of the 2015 Fall Symposium from the American Wind Energy Association.
SACE High Risk Energy Coordinator, Adam Reaves, shares a few exciting takeaways from the 2015 Coal to Clean Energy Conference.
SACE Renewable Energy Manager for Solar, Toni Nelson, gives an overview of innovative conversations SACE is engaged in with municipal utilities in Florida.
SACE Energy Organizer, Sandra Upchurch and SACE Energy Research Attorney, Angela Garrone speak about the most recent TVA Board meeting.
Learn about new nuclear proposals in the Southeast, the costs to customers and ways to take action.
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SACE Solar Communications & Policy Manager, Alissa Jean Schafer talks about the importance of the Intersolar North America Conference she attended earlier this month.
Driving on sunshine in Asheville, North Carolina!
Hear from our staff on TVA's Integrated Resource Plan and how we continue to be involved in the process.
View this video update from Simon Mahan, SACE Renewable Energy Manager and hear about what was covered at the largest wind industry conference in the country.
SACE Research Director, John Wilson gives a quick debrief after testifying before the South Carolina Public Service Commission.
To learn more, view this video update from Dr. Stephen Smith live from the conference.
SACE promotes clean vehicles in Georgia.
SACE promotes clean energy opportunities in Memphis.
"It was great to see the FL solar industry association pull off a very successful conference in Orlando. This is a critical time for the solar industry in Florida due to utility attacks and a non-supportive PSC. The speakers and the attendees were very powerful and dynamic in their comments and their engagement. I was glad to see my friend Karl Rábago sharing his
SACE is proud to share the news that two of our Southeastern communities – Knoxville (home of SACE our headquarters) and Broward County, Florida – recently found themselves listed among the country’s 16 Climate Action Champions. Both Knoxville and Broward County are recognized for their lofty emissions reductions goals: Knoxville has instituted a planning process that engages various stakeholders in order to reach the
Georgia is currently #2 in the country for all electric vehicle (EV) sales, thanks in large part to the state’s very favorable “Alternative Fuels Tax Credit,” which provides a $5,000 credit to anyone who purchases or leases a battery-powered EV in the state. As one of the very strongest in the country, it has led to Georgia’s highly acclaimed success – Georgia is #1
Watch this video message from Dr. Stephen A. Smith.