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South Miami Mayor Goes Big on Solar and Bill Savings

This Guest Blog is courtesy of Philip Stoddard, Mayor of South Miami. I am trying to envision my first $7 electric bill from FPL.  For years I’ve watched the prices drop on…

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Free Money For Your Organization's Rooftop; Solar Campaign Courtesy Of Mosaic

This blog, written by Ariel Schwartz, originally appeared on Co.Exist on June 17 and can be viewed here. Southern Alliance for Clean Energy is proud to be an original supporter of Mosaic’s…

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Tour Du Soleil: Atlantans Bike for Solar Energy During City’s First Bicycle Festival

This post is by Alex Solomon, a new SACE member who met us on the ride. What better way to see clean energy in action than by bike? On June 9th, I…

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SACE Runs on Solar in Asheville

A little over two years after installing a 9.6 kW-dc solar system at SACE’s headquarters in Knoxville, TN, we’ve now got the Asheville office running on solar power from a 7.8 kW-dc…

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Time for Rick Scott to take climate change seriously

This blog is a guest post written by Kristin Jacobs and Cindy Lerner and was originally published in Florida's Sun Sentinel on May 23, 2014 and can be viewed here if you have…

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FPL a Leader on Solar Energy?

In a recent blog post, I questioned FPL’s leadership on solar power and the scale and design of a recently announced voluntary “community-based” solar program. In a response letter, the Company took offense…

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Dirty energy takes toll on public health

This post was originally printed in the Orlando Sentinel on May 16 and can be viewed here. Last week, the U.S. Global Change Research Program released the congressionally-mandated National Climate Assessment. The…

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FPL’s Solar Plan: It’s a Joke, But It’s Not Funny

I live and work in south Florida and have been a clean energy advocate for well over a decade. During that time, Florida’s families and businesses have overwhelmingly supported more solar power…

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The Solar Uprising Begins

Floridians stood up for solar in a major way at last Thursday’s Solar Uprising Rally in Tallahassee, FL.  With over 300 people in attendance, loudly calling for the state to adopt policies…

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Floridians Stand Up for Solar Today at the State Capitol

Hundreds of Floridians - including a former governor, college students, solar industry developers, faith leaders, clean energy advocates and more - converged on Florida's State Capitol in Tallahassee for a #SolarUprising Rally…