Biking for SACE in the 2017 Red White and Blue Ridge Climate Ride

Laura Reynolds, a consultant for SACE who works on Florida water and energy issues, has chosen to embark on an amazing bicycle journey through Climate Ride to raise awareness and funds for the environment! Climate Ride is a non-profit that organizes multi-day, multi-city charitable bicycle rides and hikes to address sustainability, climate and clean energy issues. [...]

Eclipse is gone, Solar’s back on

Southern Alliance for Clean Energy’s Energy Policy Manager Simon Mahan contributed to this blog post. As we waited excitedly for the moon’s shadow to cross the Southeast during yesterday’s Great American Eclipse, I didn’t think much about how the solar panels at SACE’s Asheville office – or thousands of other rooftop systems and utility-scale solar [...]

Support SACE in the 2017 Red White and Blue Ridge Climate Ride!

Have you heard of Climate Ride? Climate Ride is a non-profit organization that organizes multi-day, multi-city charitable bicycle rides and hikes to address sustainability, climate, and clean energy issues. The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) is now a beneficiary of Climate Ride, so you can support SACE by participating in any of the Climate Rides [...]

Solar Sunday at Highland Brewing Company!

SACE is excited to partner with Highland Brewing Company for Solar Sunday on May 7th. Bring the family for a tour of Highland Brewing’s impressive rooftop solar system, complete with a rooftop bar! Enjoy music by local band Chalwa, enter to win local raffle prizes (listed below), and mingle with SACE staff, who will be on hand to chat about clean energy in western North Carolina. This event is family-friendly!

Gulf Power Customers Face Unprecedented Fee Increase

About every four years, Florida’s biggest power companies come to the Florida Public Service Commission asking for a rate hike. We’ve come to expect it. However, Gulf Power’s current proposed rate hike has a completely unexpected element to it  – and customers should be very concerned. What’s going on? Gulf Power, the utility for Northwest [...]

Florida Communities Want to Talk Climate in the Presidential Debates

Sea level rise is contributing to increasingly costly flooding and the contamination of drinking water supplies with salt water for communities along the East Coast, but nowhere are these impacts of global warming more pronounced than in South Florida. To avoid the worst impacts for millions of Americans, the next presidential administration will need to double down on responding climate change, which is why the mayors of 21 Florida cities, led by Pinecrest Mayor Cindy Lerner, have asked the TV networks hosting Republican and Democratic presidential debates this week (CNN, The Washington Post, Univision) to ask the candidates about climate change.

Southeast Women in Solar, 2016 #nationWISE Event

Over 600 professionals all over the country gathered at 17 different locations on Tuesday, February 23, to discuss the development of the solar industry and the part we all play in that development. While the overall goal of WISE is to promote diversity within the solar industry, the topics discussed at the different events covered a wide range of solar topics including and in addition to diversity, relevant to each local market.

Women in Solar – A Growing Force Fights for Diversity

Women in Solar – A Growing Force Fights for Diversity. Last month we wrote about the explosive job growth in the solar industry. As the field continues to grow, the question must be asked: are we embracing and encouraging the development of a diverse solar workforce? On February 23, 2016, the second annual #nationWISE event, taking place at venues throughout the country, will address that very question.

9 Ways to #loveCleanEnergy on Valentines Day

We created some #loveCleanEnergy valentines for you to share, and some not-so-nice valentines for Nuclear Power and Fossil Fuels…

To Experience Art and Climate Change, Visit Hialeah!

This blog by Erin N. Marcus, M.D was originally published on Huffington Post on December 3 here. It is reprinted with permission from the author. Forget the Champs Elysees. If you really want to experience climate change this week, travel west along the banks of the C-6 canal and through the clots of cars on South [...]