Sarah Gilliam

Communications Coordinator

Sarah Gilliam joined the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy in 2015 as the Communications Coordinator. She will coordinate the digital media efforts and virtual presence, and assist with traditional press and public relations.

Sarah grew up fishing and mud stomping in south Georgia. She went on to attend the University of Georgia to study public relations and journalism. After graduation, Sarah moved to Wilmington, NC to pursue a Master in Environmental Policy and Nonprofit Management. Her work experience includes community organizing around clean air and clean water issues, as well as marketing and outreach for various nonprofits and small businesses within the Southeast. Outside of work, Sarah enjoys beekeeping, brewing beer and kayaking.

Sarah's Recent Posts

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Election Day is TOMORROW – Are You Ready?

This year’s midterm election has huge implications for energy issues in the Southeast, and we are hearing that voters have been turning out in record numbers to make their voice heard. Elected leaders in…

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Electric Vehicle Weekly News Roundup – Nov 2

Electric Vehicles US Electric Car Range Will Average 275 Miles By 2022, 400 Miles By 2028 — New Research (Part 1). Based on battery price decreases and historical range increases, this author…

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Energy Policy Staff

Highly-qualified individuals with professional experience that demonstrates an understanding of energy policy issues are encouraged to provide a resume and letter of interest for future positions. When hiring opportunities arise, SACE sometimes…

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News & Resources

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Florida Voters Pass Offshore Drilling Ban

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Amendment 9 passed in Florida’s midterm election today, adding a ban on offshore drilling in state waters to the state’s Constitution. The ballot initiative received approximately 68 percent of…

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Clean Energy Advocates Applaud Solar Announcement in the Tennessee Valley

Knoxville, Tenn. - Today the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) announced 377 megawatts of new solar through a 227 megawatt solar farm to be built in Colbert County, Alabama as well as a…