Turkey Point Reactors: Negligence, Litigation, and a “Pause”

There are a lot moving parts when it comes to both the existing and proposed nuclear reactors at FPL’s Turkey Point plant in south Florida. It can be hard to keep track of recent events – so here’s some helpful background and an update.  Existing reactors: Negligence and Litigation The existing Turkey Point reactors, Units […]

Register Now for Tennessee Valley Solar Conference

ACT NOW: EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION DEADLINE JULY 31 TVA is a large, mostly untapped, solar market with great opportunity for growth. Tennesseans for Solar Choice recently illuminated the embarrassingly low progress from the first half of 2018. As part of our ongoing efforts to remove barriers to clean, affordable solar energy for all, Southern Alliance […]

SACE Comments on the Path Forward for Atlantic Offshore Wind Energy

SACE submitted comments yesterday to the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management as part of their “Request for Feedback” on the path forward for Atlantic offshore wind development. With our comments, we sought to encourage the development of offshore wind energy off the Southeast coast, which could serve as a large economic and environmental opportunity.

Energy independence

This blog post, by CHRISTIAN ROSELUND, editor of PV Magazine, was written on Wednesday, July 4 and originally published on the PV Magazine website here.  This July 4, it is more important – and possible – than ever to gain our independence from the conventional power industry, and to a degree, the utilities. For many of […]

Florida municipal solar highlights first half of 2018

As we approach the middle of 2018, it seems appropriate to reflect on the first half of the year. We’ve seen some big solar projects announced so far this year like the 200 megawatt (MW) project in central Georgia that will be the largest solar farm east of the Mississippi River. But what really stands […]

Join us for Solar Sundae Fundraiser in Asheville on July 8

Join the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy on July 8th, from 12-4PM for a beer at Highland Brewing Company. For every pint sold, $1 goes to supporting clean energy! New this year will be an ice cream sundae bar and ice cream beer floats (yes this is a thing!) provided by Ultimate Ice Cream Company. We are also excited to have a new event partner — Roots Hummus — who will be displaying their company Tesla and doing giveaways. Families welcome as always. Don’t miss out on this awesome opportunity to have fun in the sun and raise funds for clean energy.

Worst Solar Year Since 2011? TVA on Track for an Embarrassing Record Low

SACE, along with other member of the Tennesseans for Solar Choice coalition, hosted a press conference last Thursday, Summer Solstice 2018 to raise the alarm on TVA’s continue lack of solar progress and broken solar programs.

Staff Update: Happy Summer Solstice!

Hear from SACE’s Executive Director, Dr. Stephen A. Smith, on the 2018 Summer Solstice.

Whites Creek High Senior Inspired by Solar

This blog is a guest post by Jalaysia Hagewood, a graduating senior at Whites Creek High School in Nashville, TN. Jalaysia and her classmates are designing and building the Whites Creek Solar Farm, a 13.2 kilo-watt array designed and built by students, as part of their course work within the school’s Academy of Alternative Energy, Sustainability and Logistics.

Big Power Company Money Fuels State Campaigns in Florida

Money and its potential to corrupt is at the very center of complaints about today’s politics. Regardless of your political stripe, one thing most of us can agree upon is that money in politics leads to policies that hurt everyday people. A report authored by the  nonpartisan government watchdog group Integrity Florida,   2018 Power Play […]