Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

Founded in 1985, the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) is a nonprofit organization that promotes responsible energy choices that work to address the impacts of global climate change and ensure clean, safe, and healthy communities throughout the Southeast. As a leading voice for energy policy in our region, SACE works to protect the quality of life and treasured places in the Southeast. Our dedicated and diverse staff is poised to tackle our region’s energy challenges and harness the economic opportunities presented by clean renewable energy. SACE advocates for federal, state and local climate solutions, energy efficiency programs and policies, and renewable energy development such as solar, wind, and sustainable bioenergy. We promote clean fuels and vehicles, oppose high-risk nuclear and coal-fired power plant expansion, and encourage the retirement of old, dirty inefficient coal-fired power plants in our region.

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Impact Power Solutions (IPS Solar) announced on Thursday it was being acquired by New Energy Equity LLC. On March 2, ALLETE, Inc. announced it is acquiring New Energy Equity, which includes IPS Solar for $165.5 million. IPS Solar will retain its branding and corporate headquarters in Roseville, Minnesota. The IPS team is excited to join New Energy Equity and the ALLETE family of companies. The shared vision of positively impacting the world with solar e...

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Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions, a nonregulated commercial brand of Duke Energy, today announced the construction of the 250-megawatt (MW) Pisgah Ridge Solar project in Navarro County, Texas. Once in operation, it will be the largest utility-scale solar facility in Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions' fleet. Charles River Laboratories International Inc., a leading provider of critical research tools and integrated support services that enable innovative and effi...

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EDF Renewables | July 21, 2020

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EDF Renewables announces two important advances in wind energy in Chile. The first refers to the 60 MW extension of the Cabo Leones I wind farm located in northern Chile. The second refers to the allocation of land that allows up to 300 MW of wind power capacity. These future developments are part of the EDF Group’s CAP 2030 strategy, whose objective is to double its global renewable capacity between 2015 and 2030, bringing it to 50 GW. EDF Renewables in Chile, with its Spanish partner Gru...

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Visa | January 15, 2020

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Financial-services giant Visa says it has met its goal to use 100% renewable electricity by 2020 across its 131 offices in 76 countries and four global processing centers. Since setting the renewable goal in 2018, Visa V, +1.91% pursued a sustainable mix of renewable energy sources such as solar and wind. Globally, the average costs to generate electricity from solar photovoltaic and onshore wind both declined 13% year-on-year in 2018, according to the International Renewable Energy Agency.“At...

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IPS SOLAR ACQUIRED BY NEW ENERGY EQUITY

Impact Power Solutions | March 04, 2022

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DUKE ENERGY SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS WILL BUILD THE COMPANY'S LARGEST SOLAR PROJECT TO DATE: PISGAH RIDGE SOLAR, A 250-MW PROJECT IN TEXAS

Duke Energy | June 09, 2021

Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions, a nonregulated commercial brand of Duke Energy, today announced the construction of the 250-megawatt (MW) Pisgah Ridge Solar project in Navarro County, Texas. Once in operation, it will be the largest utility-scale solar facility in Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions' fleet. Charles River Laboratories International Inc., a leading provider of critical research tools and integrated support services that enable innovative and effi...

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EDF RENEWABLES REINFORCES TWO IMPORTANT WIND ENERGY ADVANCES IN CHILE

EDF Renewables | July 21, 2020

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VISA TAPS CHEAPER SOLAR AND WIND TO REACH 100% RENEWABLE-ELECTRICITY GOAL

Visa | January 15, 2020

Financial-services giant Visa says it has met its goal to use 100% renewable electricity by 2020 across its 131 offices in 76 countries and four global processing centers. Since setting the renewable goal in 2018, Visa V, +1.91% pursued a sustainable mix of renewable energy sources such as solar and wind. Globally, the average costs to generate electricity from solar photovoltaic and onshore wind both declined 13% year-on-year in 2018, according to the International Renewable Energy Agency.“At...

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