Where Are They Now: Sam Gomberg

This blog was written by SACE’s Communications Intern, Kailie Melchior. It is the fourth post in a series that interviews former SACE employees or partners and highlights where they are now in their careers. To follow this series and read other interviews, click here.   What was your position at SACE, and what did that entail? My [...]

Guest Post – The Present and Future of Smart Charging: Experts Weigh In

SACE is committed to finding ways to enhance our energy systems, support greater penetration of electric vehicles. improve demand response and work with our utilities to identify opportunities that maximize these benefits. We recently participated in Union of Concerned Scientists’ (UCS) Smart Charging workshop focused on the idea that using electric vehicles as flexible loads [...]

Plugging-in North Carolina

This blog is a guest post by Kristi Brodd, Plug-in NC Member. SACE is also a proud Plug-in NC member and offers a public level 2 charging station at our Asheville NC office.

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

During the month of August, we will be sharing blogs that promote solar in the Sunshine State. Follow along!

Tar Sands in the Atlantic-Company Behind Keystone XL is Back

This is a guest post was written by Joshua Axelrod, Policy Analyst for the Canada Project of Natural Resources Defense Council, and originally ran on July 26th on the NRDC blog here. In November 2015, President Obama announced the rejection of the proposed Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. The announcement ended a six year fight between environmentalists, Alberta’s oil [...]

Good ideas trump partisanship

It seems if an idea makes sense, political persuasion isn’t all that important. Just a few days ago, we reported that increasing numbers of Republicans support wind power. Now, two new studies quantify just how much that support has grown in recent years. Lazard Ltd., a financial advisory and asset management firm, just released a survey showing strong support for renewable energy from voters on both sides of the aisle. The change in attitudes among self-described conservatives is particularly striking.

Where Are They Now: Joshua Galperin

Where Are They Now: Joshua Galperin – I am on the faculty at Yale Law School and the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. When I originally left SACE, I came to Yale to run the Yale Center for Environmental Policy.

Guest Post: 9 facts about solar in the Southeast

The Southeastern states are known to be sunny, but due to many factors, including lack of solar plans and policies, they lag behind the solar development of the Northeast. Solar communications and policy manager at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) Alissa Jean Schafer, spoke on this “Wild West” part of the solar market at Intersolar NA 2016. Here are a few facts that summarize the information she shared in her presentation.

Guest Post: FPL Sued Over Turkey Point Crisis By Environmental Groups In Federal Clean Water Act Lawsuit

Last week environmental groups — Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, Tropical Audubon Society, and Friends of the Everglades — filed a Clean Water Act lawsuit against FPL in federal court for ongoing pollution at the Turkey Point power complex in South Florida.

Where Are They Now: Odette Mucha

Odette Mucha worked in the Knoxville office while she completed her Green Corps Project. She is now the Technology Manager for the SunShot Initiative at the U.S. Department of Energy.