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Southern Wind: The Next Frontier for the Wind Industry

SimonMahanAWEAposter The South has historically been a marginal market for the wind industry; however, with newer turbine technology, wind farm proposals have developed in every state within the region. Taller towers with longer blades are now capable of harnessing the region’s wind energy resources. New research from the National Renewable Energy Lab shows the South now contains over 1,500 Gigawatts of onshore, inregion wind [ MORE » ]
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Climate Solutions Letter to Gov. Rick Scott

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Energy Equity and the 2013 Georgia Power Integrated Resource Plan

Thanks to advocacy from an unprecedented range of community members and leadership from Commissioners McDonald, Everett, and Echols, Georgia will be getting a whole lot more solar energy in the next three years. Please read our blog re-capping the outcome of the Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) process, and stay tuned to the blog and our action alerts for updates on future opportunities to get [ MORE » ]
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Report: Footing the $20B Nuclear Projects Bill

March 14, 2013 teleconference – Saddled with an “advance cost recovery” financing arrangement that allows the nuclear industry to make them pay in advance for the construction of new reactors, electricity ratepayers in South Carolina, Florida and Georgia, are faced with a stark choice today: Either “eat” roughly $6 billion already invested in costly new nuclear reactors or shell out even more when the [ MORE » ]
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2012 Year End Video: Happy Holidays From SACE

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SACE Talks Clean Energy on Voices of Change TV

SACE’s Southeast Energy Research Attorney Angela Garrone discusses our recent efforts to bring clean energy to the region on Community Shares’ TV show, Voices of Change.
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Treasured Places: South Carolina

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Webinar: Energy Efficiency in the Southeast

Join SACE Energy Policy Manager, Natalie Mims, for a discussion on the past, present, and future of energy efficiency in the Southeast. Ms. Mims will discuss the results of SACE’s recent Southeastern utility energy efficiency analysis and provide insights into the accomplishments made in the Southeast and opportunities to capture more of this cost-effective resource. [_bd_audio player=”sc_embed_player” url=”http://www.cleanenergy.org/wp-content/uploads/092712-EE-Webinar-Audio-1.mp3″] Light Bulb-Focus-Feature.jpg
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North Carolina Wind Energy

New wind turbine technology is a game changer for clean energy opportunities in North Carolina. Taller turbines and longer blades are capable of capturing more wind, which results in generating more electricity and reducing costs. In just five years, wind turbines have greatly evolved and are now more suitable for the Southeast. One modern wind turbine can now power the equivalent of about 600 [ MORE » ]
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South Carolina Wind Energy

New wind turbine technology is a game changer for clean energy opportunities in South Carolina. Taller turbines and longer blades are capable of capturing more wind, which results in generating more electricity and reducing costs. In just five years, wind turbines have greatly evolved and are now more suitable for the Southeast. One modern wind turbine can now power the equivalent of about 600 [ MORE » ]