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Duke's Carbon Plan: Part 2: Flawed Modeling Assumptions Produce Fossil Fuel Bias

A detailed look at testimony that identifies points of bias in Duke Energy's North Carolina Carbon Plan Integrated Resource Plan (CPIRP)

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Duke’s Carbon Plan: Part 1 -- Too Risky, According to Experts

Advocates outline risks of North Carolina Utilities Commission approval of Duke’s rigid, outdated resource plan proposal.

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Electric Black Futures Partners Celebrate Earth Day and the Rich Heritage - and Future - of Albany

On Earth Day, we joined SOWEGA Rising in Albany, Georgia, for "Tech Flex Innovation Earth Day," a celebration focused on e-mobility advancements and forward thinkers dedicated to their communities like Joshua Anthony.…

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High Electric Bills? It's Not You, It's Them!

When Georgia Power customers get our June bills, we might wonder why they've increased: Bills are rising because Georgia Power and regulators are passing Plant Vogtle's construction costs on to us, again.

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Former Commissioner: FERC's Transmission Rule will Benefit the Southeast

NARUC's statement about FERC Order 1920 did not paint a rosy picture. SACE Board Chair Ennis Leon Jacobs Jr., former Chair of the Florida PSC, decided to weigh in.

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31 Southeastern School Districts Selected for EPA Electric School Bus Funding

SACE congratulates the students and community members of over 31 school districts in the Southeast on receiving funding through the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean School Bus Rebate Program to make their communities…

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Six Exciting Examples of Clean Energy Progress in the Southeast

The Clean Energy Generation is making progress every day here in the Southeast. From Georgia’s largest animal shelter adding rooftop solar to North Carolina residents organizing for federal clean energy funds to lower…

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SACE and Partners Announce Electric Black Futures

Electric Black Futures will support and empower underserved Black communities in Albany, Atlanta and Savannah, Georgia, to envision and create their electric mobility future.

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Webinar: Watch "Building Our Equitable E-mobility Future"

SACE and Drawdown Georgia co-hosted a webinar with partners EVNoire and Georgia Clean Cities to share the vision of "Electric Black Futures," a 3-year project in Albany, Atlanta, and Savannah, Georgia

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FERC Puts the "Planning" in Regional Transmission Planning in the Southeast

Today the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued a rule through Order 1920 that will bring regional transmission planning into the modern era. This rule is a particularly big deal for the…