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February / March 2018

  SACE Releases New Report Highlighting Solar Trends Throughout the Southeast Opposition Mounts to White House Offshore Drilling Plan EVs Charge Forward     1. SACE Releases New Report Highlighting Solar Trends Throughout the Southeast As solar energy development continues to expand in the Southeast, increasing almost 30 fold over the last five years, SACE’s recently released Solar in the Southeast 2017 Annual Report [ MORE » ]

December 2017

As 2017 draws to an end, SACE would like to extend a big thank you for sticking out a pretty wild year for energy issues. With the swearing in of a vocal climate change denier and fossil-fuel proponent as President, we started this year with a grim outlook, however, we’re proud to report that despite all the shenanigans in DC, the Southeast had some [ MORE » ]

November 2017

  As we head into the holiday giving season, we wanted to remind you that #GivingTuesday, an international day of philanthropic giving, is right around the corner. After you shop for your loved ones, consider supporting clean energy and climate solutions, which are lasting gifts of cleaner air, healthier communities and economic developement. Make a gift today for a better tomorrow.   New Solar [ MORE » ]

October 2017

        1. Go Electric: Take the NextCar Pledge 2. FPL Pollutes and Loots at its Turkey Point Plant 3. Hurricanes + Solar 1. Go Electric: Take the NextCar Pledge Transportation, primarily our cars and trucks, is now the largest contributor of carbon dioxide (CO2) pollution in the United States (U.S.), overtaking the power sector. In addition, the U.S. currently sends billions [ MORE » ]

September 2017

  As summer comes to a close and temperatures begin to cool off, SACE staff are busy putting the finishing touches on our Fall Membership Campaign. This year our theme is Power to the People, because we know that our work is not possible without broad support from people just like you. Joining our organization helps us continue to push for clean energy and [ MORE » ]

August 2017

  August means back to school for many families and what better time to brush up on energy saving tips for your home or business. It is easy to forget about energy efficiency but conserving energy is the cleanest form of energy there is! Find efficiency programs in your state by visiting the Dept. of Energy’s website here. For all you DIYers, Home Depot [ MORE » ]

July 2017

        New Study: EVs provide jobs & economic benefits for Georgia Uncertainty looms over South Carolina’s new nuclear power expansion Solar Tax Reduction is now Florida Law 1. New study: EVs provide jobs & economic benefits for Georgia Two years ago, Georgia was second in the nation for the number of electric vehicles (EVs) on the road. But in 2015, Georgia [ MORE » ]

June 2017 – Clean Energy Updates

  Notice anything different? We are excited to unveil our new Wired In design, using our brand new Every Action platform. SACE has made a big committment to upgrading the tools we use to communicate and engage with supporters because we want you involved in the clean energy revolution. So stay tuned for new and exciting ways to take action, contact decision makers and [ MORE » ]

May 2017

Are you a SACE member? For as little as $15, you can help move clean energy and energy efficiency forward in the Southeast. Join us today and help secure a healthier planet for future generations. 1. The Sunshine State is finally on its way to becoming the “Solar State.” 2. Corporate Social Responsibility and the Demand for Renewable Energy 3. Open Letter About the [ MORE » ]

April 2017

  Happy Earth Month – April is Earth Month and now more than ever, we need to stand strong for a healthy planet. Despite recent actions by the Trump administration to roll back federal climate and environmental regulations, our nation cannot give up on facts and our responsibility to provide a clean, healthy future for generations to come. Help us do just that by [ MORE » ]