This blog post offers an introduction to SACE's sixth annual "Solar in the Southeast" report. Additional blogs in this series will unpack more of the key results and observations.
Green Cars for Kids provides free transportation for children and expectant mothers who have limited or no access to transportation to and from their non-emergency health care appointments using EVs.
"The intersectional environmentalism I practice is a continuation of spirited advocacy that's been passed down for generations."
SACE hosted a workshop in Knoxville to help spread awareness about the unprecedented opportunities for residents to make home improvements that reduce energy use, lower utility bills, and improve comfort and safety.
As Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funds flow, Southeast states need to expand state agency staffing to support rural communities competing for billions of federal dollars.
This blog post was written by former SACE Digital Communications Coordinator, Heather Murphy. The Clean Energy Generation is making progress every day here in the Southeast. From students advocating for clean energy…
It's time TVA showed it cares about the economic well-being of its existing customers and local communities by truly investing in energy efficiency.
All signs point to a rapid increase in electric vans, trucks, and buses as public policies, market conditions, and consumer desire begin to align.
Students at Charles R. Drew High School in Clayton County, Georgia are tackling environmental justice, climate, and clean energy in Mr. Chong’s third period physics class.
Increasing bill volatility is one of many drawbacks of a gas-reliant electric system. We need to change the way we regulate fuel cost recovery and move away from heavy gas reliance.