News and notes from our parent organization
A new documentary looks at the potential impacts of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline in Eastern North Carolina.
Appalachian Voices is working alongside communities and organizations to stop the wave of fracked-gas pipelines.
Our Tennessee team is hosting workshops to provide tools and support to electric co-op members, and working to keep the public involved in TVA’s efforts to change its rate structure.
Our Virginia team is committed to bringing more accessible renewable energy to the state and lessening the political influence of monopoly utilities like Dominion.
Our Energy Savings team is hosting a contest in which five semi-finalists will win a home energy audit and one winner will receive the grand prize of $4,000 in home energy upgrades.
Bruce Gould and Kate McClory distribute The Appalachian Voice in Richmond, Va., and are passionate about enjoying and protecting the outdoors.
Our Energy Savings team has been working to educate, organize and provide technical support to member-owners who want to increase participation in their rural electric cooperatives.
Our Virginia team kicked off 2018 hard at work pushing the state legislature to allow clean, affordable energy to prosper in the commonwealth.
The pipeline resistance continues on many fronts despite some recent permit approvals for the Atlantic Coast and Mountain Valley pipelines.
Our New Economy team has been working with the Solar Workgroup of Southwest Virginia over the past year to blaze a trail for solar energy in seven of Virginia's historically coal-producing counties.
We commend Gov. Terry McAuliffe's creation of Virginia's first Environmental Justice Advisory Council.
While the Mountain Valley and Atlantic Coast pipelines may have obtained federal approval, there's still plenty of room left to fight in the statehouses.
Appalachian Voices stands in firm opposition to Duke Energy's proposed rate hikes to pay for their dirty energy.
Thanks to a lawsuit filed by the Southern Environmental Law Center, Duke Energy will have to answer for its illegal coal ash pollution of the Dan River Basin.
Get involved with Appalachian Voices to educate Western North Carolina residents about decreasing energy waste!