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Tampa Mayor Jane Castor: Leading on Sustainability & Resilience

In an era where political leadership is all too rare, it’s a treat to applaud Tampa Mayor Jane Castor for her vision of Transforming Tampa’s Tomorrow.  As part of this broader effort,…

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New Florida Power & Light EV Pilot Tariff Passed to Support DC Fast-Charging

The Florida Public Service Commission approved a Florida Power & Light proposal that intends to bolster private sector deployment of electric vehicle fast chargers.

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Florida is Setting a Course Toward Transportation Electrification

During the timespan of 2020's record-breaking hurricane season, Florida agencies have been laying groundwork that could translate into significant transportation electrification opportunities. The SACE clean transportation team has been actively engaging in…

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Connections Between Climate Change and Health

On November 10, the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy and Florida Climate Voices hosted a crucial discussion on climate change and impacts on our health.

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Clean Energy Connection Program Aims To Expand Access to Solar in the Sunshine State

No one can deny the strong demand for solar power in the Sunshine State. In response, Duke Energy Florida aims to launch Clean Energy Connection, a 749 MW shared solar program to…

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Transportation Electrification in Florida: State Policies Will Drive Growth (Part 3)

Florida is #2 in the nation in electric vehicle (EV) sales, but currently near the bottom in state government policies and investment. State lawmakers can advance policies and direct investment to accelerate…

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Transportation Electrification in Florida: Leveraging Utility Engagement (Part 2)

Florida is #2 in the nation in electric vehicle (EV) sales, but near the bottom in utility investment. The state also lags other states in EV charger deployment. Utility engagement is needed…

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Transportation Electrification in Florida: Opportunities are Bright, Could Be Brighter (Part 1)

Florida is #2 in the nation in electric vehicle (EV) sales, but near the bottom in government and utility investment. The state also lags other states in EV charger deployment. Utility engagement…

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High energy bills plague low-income Floridians

As regulators allow utilities to disconnect power during the pandemic, it’s time to get to the root of the problem

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Solar Cavalry Turns Out to Defend Net Metering

A strong show of support for rooftop solar in Florida helps maintain the state's net metering rule. The Florida Public Service Commission decided not to act to change the rule at its…