People’s Climate March Recap: It Takes Everyone To Make A Change

This blog was written by SACE Communications Intern, Kelsey Adler, who went to New York to attend the march. You can read other, more general details about the event in our blog here. One week ago yesterday, I was heading back from one of the most exciting events I have ever attended: The People’s Climate […]

Visit SACE on the National Solar Tour!

This weekend – on October 4-5 – the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) will participate in the 19th annual National Solar Tour. The event is organized by the American Solar Energy Society (ASES) and has occurred annually the first weekend of October since 1995. It is a grassroots effort that has grown to about 150,000 […]

Rural Clean Energy Awards and Grants Announced

USDA cost-share grant funds are available for rural renewables!

For Renewable Energy, The Future is Now

Solar photovoltaics, wind energy and solar thermal technology costs have all declined pretty substantially since Lazard’s analysis last year. Natural gas and energy efficiency costs have stayed the same, although to be fair, energy efficiency’s starting low cost of $0 per megawatt of energy saved is hard to beat. Meanwhile, coal, nuclear and integrated gasification combined cycle power costs continue to increase.

Why $100bn invested in wind or solar will produce more energy than oil

This article by Giles Parkinson originally appeared in the Australian publication RenewEconomy on September 16, 2014 and can be viewed in its entirety here. French investment bank Kepler Cheuvreux has produced a fascinating analysis that has dramatic implications for the global oil industry. It estimates that $100 billion invested in either wind energy or solar energy […]

Energy Advice for Historic Homes

This guest post was written by Sean Stucker, Director of Facilities for Historic Columbia Foundation in Columbia, S.C., and originally published in the Columbia Star Newspaper on September 12, 2014. If you are a lover of old homes, then buying a historic house would be your natural choice. However, in the wake of a recession […]

¿Cómo me afecta la polución? Te caerías de espalda…

Escrito por Rudi Navarra, director del “Southeast Climate & Energy Network” (o en sus siglas en inglés, SCEN) La agencia nacional estadounidense que controla la polución y sus efectos dañinos en nuestras vidas cotidianas, el “Environmental Protection Agency” (EPA), ha propuesto nuevas reglas contra la emisión de la polución del carbono. ¿Qué quiere esto decir? Una […]

Energy Efficiency At The Forefront of Cooperative Principles In Tennessee

The following post was written by Appalachian Voices Energy Policy Director Rory McIlmoil, and was originally published on the App Voices Front Porch Blog. Southern Alliance for Clean Energy is partnered with App Voices on on-bill financing advocacy work in Tennessee, and SACE Energy Policy Manager Taylor Allred participated in the September 5 retreat described below. […]

Celebration of National Drive Electric Week

National Drive Electric Vehicle is wrapping up today and tomorrow. I’ve been excited to see many new allies and information shared touting the new vehicles available or soon-to-be available vehicles and the benefits of electric vehicles to consumers. It is clear from our view that electric vehicles are here to stay. Unfortunately, we continue to get frequent questions about […]

Attack of the Kochtopus in Florida

We have always known we are up against powerful and wealthy adversaries in the fight to promote clean energy, but now we have proof that we’re really ruffling some dirty feathers. Americans for Prosperity, a ‘dark-money’ organization sponsored by the notorious Koch Brothers, has unleashed an attack ad aimed squarely at SACE. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5-4Q-ejBPM Americans for […]