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SACE | Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

Atlanta Office

Solar Program Director

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Bryan Jacob

Bryan joined the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy in June 2017. As Solar Program Director, Bryan leads activities to promote solar power across the Southeast. These activities range from conducting research on solar power trends to advocacy on utility resource planning and specifically include collaboration with stakeholders in the solar energy development industry.
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Heather Pohnan

In the role of Energy Policy Manager, Heather works to develop and support regulatory strategy through research, data and policy analysis, and technical assistance. Her work will focus on projects that support the inclusion of wind, solar, and energy efficiency in utility resource portfolios. Heather worked with SACE as a consultant before joining as a full time staff member in the Atlanta office. Her [ MORE » ]
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Allie Brown

Based in Atlanta, Allie works on promoting clean energy throughout the region, focusing on volunteer outreach, grassroots campaigns, and online engagement. She helped lead the Floridians for Solar Choice volunteer movement in the Sunshine State, a successful effort to remove policy barriers to solar power in the Sunshine State. Prior to SACE campaign work, Allie focused on wind energy advocacy in the South, providing [ MORE » ]
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Anne Blair

Anne is the program manager for SACE’s clean fuels programs. Her work focuses on diesel emissions reduction, advanced transportation and the utilization of biomass for electricity and fuel production, with an emphasis on state and federal energy, fuel, transportation, and climate policy and education. Anne joined the SACE staff in 2003. Anne serves on the Green-e Governance Board, the Southeast Diesel Collaborative Leadership Council, [ MORE » ]
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Amelia Shenstone

Amelia leads SACE’s High Risk Energy team to encourage utilities to invest in energy efficiency and clean energy, and to phase out the oldest, dirtiest coal plants in the Southeast. She guides SACE’s campaign strategies with an eye toward including the full diversity of southeastern communities. She represents the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy in multiple coalition efforts. Before joining SACE, Amelia helped establish [ MORE » ]