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Is PURPA really driving solar in North Carolina?

This blog was written by John D. Wilson, former Deputy Director for Regulatory Policy at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

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Utility-Backed Amendment 1 Blocks the Sun

Florida is the Sunshine State, right? But you wouldn’t know it by looking at Florida rooftops. There are 9 million electricity customers, yet less than 12,000 solar rooftop systems. Even though Florida…

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Florida Solar Month: When and where do I vote during August Primary election?

During the month of August, SACE will be blogging on #FloridaSolarMonth to promote solar in the Sunshine State. During August, Floridians will be considering pro-solar Amendment 4 on the August Primary ballot. This…

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Colorado shows path forward on renewable energy

This blog was written by John D. Wilson, former Deputy Director for Regulatory Policy at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

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Florida Solar Month: History of Solar Power in the Sunshine State

This is a guest post written by Jonathan Deesing, who is a home solar specialist with SolarPowerAuthority.com living in Salt Lake City, Utah. During the month of August, SACE will sharing blogs that promote solar…

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How much solar and wind will Georgia utility regulators allow?

This blog was written by John D. Wilson, former Deputy Director for Regulatory Policy at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

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Guest Post: 9 facts about solar in the Southeast

This is guest post originally written by Kathie Zipp with Solar Power World. The original post can be viewed here. Slides and content were taken from a presentation given at the 2016 Intersolar North…

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Southeast Green Interview: Dr. Stephen A. Smith talks Solar Wars in Florida

This interview originally ran on Southeast Green's website and is accessible here. The Sun Shines in Florida, so Why so Little Solar? Southeast Green's Beth Bond recently talked with Southern energy expert…

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Declare Energy Independence this July 4th!

This blog was compiled by Kailie Melchior, Communications Intern with SACE. Once again we are gearing up to celebrate the Fourth of July, which also means it’s time to declare your energy…

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Solar For All Report Offers Solutions to Help Disadvantaged Southeastern Communities Harness the Sun

The Southern Environmental Law Center (SELC) recently released a report entitled Solar For All: What Utilities Can Do Right Now to Bring Solar Within Reach for Everyday Folks. SACE supports the report,…