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Sparks Fly at FPL Rate Hike Public Hearings

You would think that $1.65 billion dollars would be enough profit for Florida Power and Light (FPL) – Florida’s biggest power company. Yet, it recently proposed a 24% rate hike on customers…

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Declare Energy Independence this July 4th!

This blog was compiled by Kailie Melchior, Communications Intern with SACE. Once again we are gearing up to celebrate the Fourth of July, which also means it’s time to declare your energy…

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Green Spirit Awards: Swamp Head Brewery Earns Green Spirit Award for Dedication to a Sustainable Florida

This is the fourth post in our Green Spirit Awards monthly blog series, highlighting breweries, wineries and distilleries in the Southeast using clean energy to create tasty, sustainable beverages. You can read…

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Guest Post: Rural Electric Cooperatives Improve Energy Efficiency with On-Bill Financing

This post was written by Marilynn Marsh-Robinson, Partnership and Alliances Manager at the Environmental Defense Fund, and originally appeared on EDF's Energy Exchange blog on March 9, 2016. You can view the…

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Sleeping Giants: TVA and Georgia Power Stuck in Second Gear on Energy Efficiency

This is the third entry in a new blog series entitled Energy Savings in the Southeast. We will dive into the recent performance of Southeastern utilities’ energy efficiency programs, and highlight how the region…

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A Tale of Two Utilities: Post-Merger Duke Sees Growth in Carolina Energy Efficiency

This is the second entry in a new blog series entitled Energy Savings in the Southeast. We will dive into the recent performance of Southeastern utilities’ energy efficiency programs, and highlight how the region can…

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JEA Staff Aims to Weaken Net Metering – Will its Board Agree?

SACE staffer George Cavros contributed to this post. At the February 16th Jacksonville Electric (JEA) Board meeting, JEA staff asked its board to approve several solar initiatives – but one of them…

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Honoring Black History Month and the Path Towards Energy Justice: Energy Efficiency and Economic Stability in Memphis

This blog is the third in our 2016 Black History Month series honoring advocates and opportunities to advance energy justice. To read other blogs in this series, click here. In cities as old…

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Southeast Energy Savings Pacesetter: Entergy Arkansas Breaks the 1% Barrier

This is the first entry in a new blog series entitled Energy Savings in the Southeast. We will dive into the recent performance of Southeastern utilities' energy efficiency programs, and highlight how the region can…

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Winter Is Coming - Keeping warm with eco-friendly insulation

This guest post is provided by Caitlin at EcoCajun and was originally published at EcoCajun.com.  KEEPING WARM WITH ECO-FRIENDLY INSULATION Insulation is easily one of the most effective ways to make a…