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It's Volunteer Appreciation Week: Here Are a Few of Our Clean Energy Volunteer Superstars!

It's volunteer appreciation week and SACE has so much to be grateful for. Since the start, we've depended on Southern citizens to support our work - whether that means signing onto a…

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Seeking Southern Climate Champs - Are You In?

The attacks to clean energy are in full force. President Trump is pulling out of the Paris Climate Agreement, halting EPA's Clean Power Plan, and placing dirty pipelines back on the table.…

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Florida’s Solar Outlook Just Got Sunnier

We’re the Sunshine State, right? Yet despite having one of the largest electricity markets in the nation, Florida doesn’t make the top-ten state list for solar development. That may be about to change.…

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10 Faces Behind the Florida Solar Victories

In 2016, Floridians for Solar Choice, a coalition that SACE is a founding member of, made history with two major solar victories. First, Florida voters overwhelming approved pro-solar Amendment 4 during the 2016…

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At D.C. conservative conference, clean energy is ‘now a family value’

This is a guest post originally published by Southeast Energy News. To view the original story, click here. WASHINGTON, D.C. — Conservatives from throughout the Southeast and Midwest challenged their colleagues Thursday…

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Solar Choice in the Florida Supreme Court

Things haven’t exactly been easy for the solar industry in the Sunshine State. Despite abundant sunshine and a largely untapped market, energy policies are under the complete control of utility monopolies and…

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SACE Comes Out Strong on Policies to Expand Solar Development in Florida

SACE staffer John Wilson also contributed to this post. Today the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) responded to the Florida Public Service Commission’s Request for Comments on policies and programs to…

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An Earth Day Action That Matters

It is of enormous significance that President Barack Obama is coming to Florida for Earth Day. He can go anywhere in the county, or world, and yet he chooses to come here…

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Separating PACE's Fiction from the Facts on Solar Power

The Partnership for Affordable Clean Energy (PACE) is the public face of a complex network of firms employed by fossil fuel and monopoly utility interests. The organization recently disseminated talking points on solar power…

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Tampa businesswoman drives solar manufacturing biz

This blog is sixth in a series on diversity in the solar energy field in Florida. Click here for other posts.  Colleen Clark has a lot in common with the hurricane-resistant solar panel…