Halloween Costume Guide: The Tricks and Treats of Fighting for Clean Energy

Here at SACE, we work very hard to move the Southeast towards clean energy solutions, but we also like to help out in other fun ways, such as assisting readers with last minute Halloween costumes.

We put our heads together to come up with some fun costume ideas that could speak some interesting conversations during . And who knows, maybe this list will inspire you with a different idea. We give bonus points for sticking to a clean energy theme, because there’s nothing like a Halloween costume to spark some climate action conversation with your friends and family.

Happy Halloween! Enjoy our tricks and treats of clean energy.

Guest Post: Big Rigs, Big Benefits; How Strong Rules Will Clean Up the Road

This blog was originally published on Union of Concerned Scientists’ (UCS) blog, The Equation, by Kenneth Kimmel, president of UCS. SACE’s clean fuels team works to support UCS’ Half the Oil vision to improve air quality and cut oil use in half over the next 20 years through innovative strategies including improved vehicle efficiency and [...]

GA Alternative Fuel Roadshow Touts Diversification

This week I had the pleasure of attending and participating in one of the Atlanta stops of the 5th Annual Alternative Fuel Roadshow hosted by Georgia Public Service Commissioner, Tim Echols. Tuesday’s roadshow was at Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia, which was the perfect spot to kick off the Roadshow’s second week of activities. [...]

Why EVs are still cleaner than gasoline vehicles in the Southeast

Late last week, a response piece, Blowback: Why zero-emission electric cars are still dirty by Dr. Sam Shelton was published in the Atlanta-Journal Constitution (AJC). I admire the work that Dr. Shelton has done over the years on energy issues in Georgia, and we agree on some of the points made in the article – specifically that [...]

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 [...]

It’s Electric! The Science of Cleaner Vehicles

This post – written by James Nolan, Associate Professor at Georgia Gwinnett College – originally appeared on the Union of Concerned Scientists’ blog The Equation on June 17 and can be viewed here. I’m a biochemist by training, but my family’s leap into Electric Vehicle (EV) driving was not entirely a reasoned scientific choice, initially. [...]

Top 7 Reasons for Considering an Electric Vehicle Today

This post was written by Josh Goldman, policy analyst, Clean Vehicles, Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) and was originally published on the UCS’ blog, The Equation, on April 2, 2014. SACE is partnering with Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) to highlight clean fuel vehicle strategies to cut oil consumption. UCS’ Half the Oil plan aims to cut [...]

Daytona Speed Week Drives Toward 100% Renewable Energy

This blog was co-authored by SACE Florida Director Susan Glickman. Susan Glickman and I spent a day at Daytona International Speedway watching Leilani Munter race in the ARCA Racing Series. For those new to the car racing scene, ARCA is considered the “Farm Team” for NASCAR.  This week is ‘Speed Week’ in Daytona – the big [...]

Green Super Bowl XLVIII: Champions of Sustainability

Green Super Bowl XLVIII: Champions of Sustainability. According to Sustainable Business News, this game may be the most sustainable Super Bowl of all time.

2013: The Year in Review

Seasons greetings from all of us here at SACE!  Before we take some time to enjoy the holiday season, we wanted to pause and celebrate our accomplishments over the last year.  We couldn’t have done it without your support! It’s been a great year across the Southeast for much of our important work.  We’ve seen [...]