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Wind energy creates jobs. Photos from NREL.

December 2016

    1. TVA: The Time to Contract for Clean Line’s Wind Power is Now 2. SACE leaders in the Carolinas, Georgia, Florida and Tennessee reflect on 2016 3. How Chattanooga is connecting renewable energy, transit and electric cars 4. In climate news, 2016 is breaking records in all the wrong places   1. TVA: The Time to Contract for Clean Line’s Wind Power [ MORE » ]

November 2016

  1. Sunshine State voters reject anti-solar Amendment 1 2. Spotlight Shines on Extreme Energy Burdens in Memphis, TN 3. Another NC Coal Ash Spill is a Warning to Southeastern States 4. Proposed Agreement Would Reward Southern Company for Vogtle Reactors   1. Floridians REJECT anti-solar Amendment 1! Grassroots victory for bi-partisan coalition We are excited to announce that Florida voters rejected the deceptive, [ MORE » ]

October 2016

  1. 2016 Elections only a month away 2. Support clean energy today 3. Utilities: Don’t wait. Buy wind power now 4. gets an upgrade   1. 2016 Elections only a month away SACE profiles presidential candidates on energy issues With the 2016 Presidential election less than a month away, SACE staff has reviewed all four major party candidates’ views on key energy [ MORE » ]

September 2016

  1. Solar Victory in the Sunshine State 2. Join SACE for Drive Electric Events 3. Engaging on Energy: Nuclear Not a Climate Solution 4. Wind Energy Leases Offered for Outer Banks, NC   1. Solar Victory in the Sunshine State! Amendment 4 approved by Florida voters by over 70 Percent With the support and efforts of thousands of volunteers and partners, Floridians secured [ MORE » ]

August 2016

  1. A Legacy of Energy Burdens in the Southeast 2. Georgia Power Company to increase renewables 3. Conservation Groups Reach Settlement on Coal Plant Water Pollution 4. SACE staff presents on Solar in the Southeast   1. A Legacy of Energy Burdens in the Southeast Memphis, Atlanta and Birmingham have highest energy burden in Southeast Did you know? People living in three major [ MORE » ]

August 2016 : Special Florida Edition

  1. August is Crunch Time 4 Solar –YES 4 Solar! 2. Voting in Florida heats up August primary 3. League of Women Voters is Making the Sunshine State Sunnier 4. SACE and partners file federal Clean Water Act lawsuit against FPL for contamination at Turkey Point 1. August is Crunch Time 4 Solar –YES 4 Solar! Vote-by-mail ballots are in the mail – [ MORE » ]

July 2016

  1. SACE applauds Gulf Power’s Decision to Procure Additional Wind Energy 2. TVA to Demolish Alabama Coal Plant to Make Way for Google’s “Clean” Data Center 3. What’s the hurricane-climate change connection? 4. FPL’s Rate Hike Hearings Not so Sunny in Sunshine State   1. SACE Applauds Gulf Power’s Decision to Procure Additional Wind Energy Gulf Power seeks an additional 94 megawatts of [ MORE » ]

June 2016

1. Are you ready to be a Florida Solar Voter? 2. Big Breezy comes to the Big Easy 3. Georgia Power’s 20-Year Energy Plan Short on Vision 4. Memphis is Greener Than You Think!   1. Ready to be a Florida Solar Voter this August? Supporting solar in Florida has never been this important… or this easy! How do we make solar energy a [ MORE » ]

May 2016

1. Get Ready…Summer Is Coming! 2. Honoring Memorial Day With Energy & Climate Security 3. Will Congress Close the Coal Ash Landfill Loophole? 4. Green Spirits Abound in the Carolinas   1. Get Ready … Summer is Coming! Conserve energy and save money during the warmer months with these easy tips Ah, summertime. Sunny days, outdoor barbeques, lazy days at the pool. As you [ MORE » ]

April 2016

1. Floridians Can Vote “4 The Sun” on Aug 30th 2. Offshore Drilling Cancelled for South Atlantic Coast 3. Clean Line Wind Project Approved 4. FPL’s Turkey Point Threatens National Parks, South Florida’s Drinking Water   1. Floridians Can Vote “4 The Sun” on Aug 30th Amendment 4 aims to lower taxes on solar energy Sometimes in the clean energy policy world, years of [ MORE » ]