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Year-End Data Shows Electric Transportation is Full Speed Ahead in the Southeast

Despite overall U.S. auto sales increasing 3% last year, electric vehicle sales in the Southeast jumped a whopping 49%. But that’s just part of the story.

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What my kids taught me about the climate crisis

My kids found out about climate change one morning while I slept in, and I will never be the same.

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The University of Florida should lead to a clean energy future

The University of Florida administration has a shortsighted proposal to build a gas power plant right on campus that would cost $100 million more than a clean energy alternative.

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Plant Vogtle: End Of An Era (or is that an "error"?)

After 25 rounds of semi-annual Vogtle Construction Monitoring (VCM), that VCM process is now changing.

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NC Carbon Plan Update: We Cannot Get Off Track Before We Even Begin

The NCUC must finalize its Carbon Plan by the end of 2022. Here's a summary of the process so far, and some key ways it appears to be breaking down.

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Combining multiple strategies to address urban mobility needs while electrifying transportation is essential to reach our climate targets

As we work toward electrifying transportation, we must keep in mind that while replacing every vehicle on the road with an EV would vastly reduce emissions, it could also perpetuate existing inequities…

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Unpacking the New $5B National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program

The $5 billion National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Program is the cornerstone of $7.5 billion in electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure funding made available by the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act…

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North Carolina's EV Charging Infrastructure Ambitions Just Got a Boost

The North Carolina Utility Commission approved Duke Energy's electric vehicle Make Ready Credit Program that will put the responsibility of bringing electricity to EV charging stations on utilities and not EV charging…

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TVA Utility Customers Appeal FERC's Decision Preventing Access to TVA's Transmission

Two TVA local power companies have filed an appeal to the DC Circuit Court after a decision by federal regulators blocked their ability to fairly access TVA's transmission system.

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Setting the Record Straight about Solar Net Metering in North Carolina

This blog post was jointly prepared by the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE), Vote Solar, and the Southern Environmental Law Center (SELC). Shedding Light on the Proposed Next Generation of Rooftop…