Tis the Season for Cooking Galore!

This blog was written by SACE Communications Intern, Heather Brinton. Well readers, it’s that time of year again: the time of year when temperatures drop, lights come on earlier, and energy bills go way up. The holidays are upon us and here at SACE we would like to take a minute to share some tips [...]

Lighting the Way to Energy Savings and Job Growth in North Carolina

This guest blog was written by Greg Andeck, EDF senior clean energy manager, and Ivan Urlaub, executive director of the NC Sustainable Energy Association and was published here on December 18, 2014.   Rapid declines in the price of light emitting diodes (LED) technology suggest that the next generation of energy efficient lighting – LED bulbs – [...]

What the Senate’s Tax Bill Means for Wind

This is a guest blog post by Mary Kate Francis at the American Wind Energy Association. The original post was published here December 17, 2014 on the AWEA blog, Into the Wind. I have big news to report from the front lines of our current campaign to protect wind in 2015. And though there’s bad [...]

What do jeans, cocoa, beer and property management have in common?

Hmm, what do jeans, cocoa, beer and property management all have in common? I won’t make you guess. Companies from these industries support the EPA’s Clean Power Plan.

Something To Be Thankful For

This blog was written by SACE Communications Intern, Heather Brinton. With the start of the holidays just around the corner, let’s take a minute to reflect on the progress that has been made in the energy field since the 20th century, and let’s pause to be thankful for clean energy options that are becoming more [...]

Kentucky Group Studies Health Effects of Aging TVA Coal Plant

This guest blog was written by Deborah Payne, MPH, Health Coordinator at the Kentucky Environmental Foundation (KEF). For more detail on KEF’s Shawnee Health Impacts Assessment, please register and attend a free webinar on November 20, 2014 at 11am ET. Download the full report here. In 1957, the price of gas was just 24 cents a gallon, [...]

Clean, Distributed Energy Can Benefit Low-Income Families

This post, authored by Jorge Madrid and Marilynn Marsh-Robinson, originally appeared on Energy Exchange, a blog by Environmental Defense Fund, on November 17, 2014. You can view the original post here. We’ve spent nearly 15 years collectively working on clean energy solutions for both rural and urban communities, often with under-resourced and underrepresented people at the [...]

Will the EPA Coal Ash Rule Survive?

This blog was originally posted on October 28, 2014 by Lisa Evans of Earthjustice. Sometime after midnight, the White House made it official—its review of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) coal ash rule has begun. The quiet posting of the rule by the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) sets in motion OMB’s [...]

An Urgent Call to Climate Action in the IPCC Synthesis Report

This post, authored by Ilissa Ocko, originally appeared on Climate 411, a blog by Environmental Defense Fund, on November 4, 2014. You can view the original post here. This post concludes our blog series on the IPCC’s 5th Assessment Report, the other posts of which can be found here. It was released two days late for [...]

Vote for Clean Energy Next Tuesday

This post was written by SACE Communications Intern, Heather Brinton. This year’s elections are critical to the expansion and evolution of clean energy on both a regional and national level. Strides that have been taken could be halted or strengthened depending on how the votes decide. If the wrong officials are elected and allowed to [...]