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As EVs Become More Mainstream in NC, Equal Access is Critical

This article was co-authored by Stan Cross, SACE Electric Transportation Policy Director, and Dr. Shelley Francis, Co-Founder and Director of EVHybridNoire, the nation's largest network of diverse electric vehicle drivers and enthusiasts.…

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Floridians have some of the highest electricity bills in the nation, and bad public policy is keeping it that way

The PSC needs to help get hard-working families off the high-bill treadmill by modernizing energy efficiency policies that will make homes more comfortable, safe, and secure.

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We're on the Cusp of Historic Climate Action

We’re seeing the impacts of climate change every day, with dire implications around the world. It’s time for our nation to begin in earnest to fulfill our duty and meet our pledges…

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Local Knoxville Nonprofit Hosts Open House for Low-income Solar Home 

Energy efficient homes powered by solar + storage and made possible through innovative financing practices serve as models for other sustainable and affordable housing options for many families in Knoxville and surrounding…

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Evaluation Shows Memphians Would Benefit from New Power Supply, More Information Will Reveal Benefits

On June 9, Memphis’ city utility, MLGW, hosted a joint meeting to the MLGW Board and Memphis City Council to present preliminary findings of their evaluation thus far of the bids MLGW…

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We Won’t Give Up on Justice for the Kingston Coal Ash Workers

13 years after TVA’s massive ash spill, workers and advocates attend a critical court hearing.

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Georgia Residents Continue Speaking Up About the IRP

Georgia Power, the investor-owned utility that has monopoly status and serves customers in 150 counties in Georgia, is planning for its next two decades of energy use, and Georgia residents are making…

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North Carolina’s Electric Transportation Planning Hits High Gear, But the Climb Ahead is Steep

North Carolina’s governor, Roy Cooper, has an ambitious vision to decarbonize the economy, unleash a clean tech job boon, and address the climate crisis - all while centering equity along the way.

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Coal Ash Town Hall Underscores Need for More Public Oversight of TVA

Moving toxic coal ash from its current location in Memphis is a necessary first step to protecting our water supply, but it needs to be moved in the safest, least impactful way.

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SACE is launching a new grassroots campaign in Georgia!

Join us as we work to Renew Georgia by coming together to be the generation that secures a stable climate and prosperous future through a clean energy transformation that benefits us all.