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For the Eleventh Year, Join Hands for Our Coast on May 16

Hands Across the Sand will return for the eleventh year on May 16, with a chance for communities up and down the coast to join together and against risky offshore drilling.

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See Why We Love Driving Electric and Why Clean Transportation Allows Us to Leave Fossil Fuels in the Dust

Electric vehicles are good for public health, the environment, and your wallet. The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy’s Driving on Sunshine campaign promotes driving electric through free, hands-on driving experiences.

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Florida 2020 Legislative Electric Vehicle Roundup

The 2020 Florida Legislative Session has begun with a handful of bills aimed at addressing electric transportation. Most of the bills are focused on building out the charging station infrastructure. Learn more…

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Orlando/OUC "The Reliable One" Exhibiting Real Leadership on Renewable Energy

The City of Orlando is a model for other cities pursuing a transition to clean energy. SACE highlights active steps Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) is taking to deliver on this commitment.

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Largest Solar Program in the US Awaits Decision on Moving Forward

The two-day hearing on the proposed Florida Power & Light (FPL) SolarTogether tariff and program concluded last week. If approved by the Florida PSC, it will be the largest community solar program…

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2019 in Review: Electric Transportation Momentum in the South

Electric Transportation 2019 Highlights: Southern Utilities, States, and Cities

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Driving on Sunshine Half Year Update

Since this summer, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy's newest campaign - Driving on Sunshine - has traveled from one end of Florida to the other to promote the ease and benefits of…

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Protect Our Coast: Drive Electric Half Year Update

Since this summer, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy has been meeting with local leaders from across the state of Florida on the benefits of electric transportation. These meetings have allowed us to…

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Florida PSC Holds the Line on Energy Efficiency

In a positive step, the Florida Public Service Commission rejected its staff recommendation to approve the utilities' proposed energy savings goals of zero, or near zero. Instead, the Commission voted 4-1 to maintain…

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Florida at the Bottom? Governor DeSantis, Don’t Let This Happen...

Florida PSC staff has recommended zero, or near zero, goals for cutting energy waste. IF the goals are approved by the PSC, Florida would cement its place at the bottom in helping…