Considering an electric vehicle? There’s no better time with Nissan’s $10,000 instant rebate

If you live in North Carolina or Georgia (and some other states around the country) and have been considering buying an electric vehicle, there’s only a few days left to take advantage of an incredible incentive offered by Nissan: a $10,000 rebate for the all-electric Nissan LEAF through March 31st. I know what you’re thinking: This sounds too [...]

One EV Driver’s Three Year Report on Driving a Nissan Leaf

This is an expert post from a blog written by Steve O’Neil of Asheville, North Carolina. Steve is an advocate for clean, green, renewable energy technologies.

Record Number of Cities Celebrate Sixth Annual National Drive Electric Week

This year’s sixth annual National Drive Electric Week was the biggest National Drive Electric week yet with 235 events in 212 cities, seven countries, and 46 U.S. states held between Saturday, September 10 and Sunday, September 18. During what was this year’s largest U.S. clean energy mass mobilization including ride and drives, city proclamations, street fairs, electric vehicle parades and more, more than 120,000 National Drive Electric Week attendees had the opportunity to check out electric vehicles (EVs). In fact, there were a reported 7,368 test rides at the events.

What do Alpharetta GA and Asheville NC have in common this weekend?

Turns out electric vehicles can bring people together and help save the planet! We are thrilled to announce Alpharetta’s Mayor David Belle Isle and race car driver Leilani Munter will be joining SACE and allies at two separate events this weekend. As part of National Drive Electric Week, SACE has helped to organize local events in Alpharetta, Georgia (metro Atlanta) and Asheville, North Carolina where our special guests will be in attendance to promote electric vehicles and clean energy.

National Drive Electric Week: Events coming to a town near you!

SACE staffers are getting charged up for this year’s National Drive Electric Week, held September 10-18th. We hope our supporters across the Southeast will make plans to attend these fun and informative events that promote electric vehicles. Specifically in our region, SACE has gotten invovled with Drive Electric events in Alpharetta, Georgia and Asheville, North Carolina. To learn more about these specific events, visit our Facebook pages linked below.

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 [...]

SACE and Ultimate Ice Cream partner to bring more clean energy to the Southeast

SACE is excited to partner with Asheville’s Ultimate Ice Cream for the entire month of July! We invite you and your familiy to enjoy yummy, local ice cream while supporting our mission to bring more clean energy to the Southeast. Swing by either of their locations at 195 Charlotte Street or 1070 Tunnel Road in Asheville.

Electric Vehicles Spread in North Carolina

Last month, SACE participated in the Workplace Electric Vehicles (EV) Workshop, co-hosted by Advanced Energy and Land and Sky Clean Vehicles Coalition. This event was hosted at the Sierra Nevada Brewery in Mills River, NC, which has incorporated solar energy into their parking lot design, has several EV charging stations close to the entrance and recently earned [...]

Your Top 4 Questions on Electric Vehicles, Answered

National Drive Electric Week kicked off Saturday with more than 30+ events scheduled across the Southeast. If you haven’t checked one out yet, you still have a chance. Find an event near you here. Nearly 400,000 electric vehicles (EVs) have been sold in the U.S. in the last five years. Early owners of EVs, regardless of [...]

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. [...]