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SACE urges regulators not to dial back energy-savings goals in Florida

This coverage and Susan Glickman's opinion-editorial ran in the Orlando Sentinel on July 25, 2014 and can be viewed in its entirety here. Front Burner: Dial back energy-savings goals?  Sparks flew in Tallahassee this…

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The Heat is On: SACE and other advocates to support carbon limits at EPA's hearings next week

Next week, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will begin holding public hearings to collect comments on their proposed rule, the Clean Power Plan, which calls for reductions in carbon pollution from the…

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Florida Utilities' Energy Efficiency Goals are Weak

Update: Click here to listen to an in-depth interview with SACE's Florida Director, Susan Glickman, about how Florida's giant private utility companies are pushing to cut back on their energy conservation programs this…

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Taking Care of Business: Duke Energy Carolinas Proposes New Energy Efficiency Programs for South Carolina's Small Businesses and Offices

Update: The South Carolina Public Service Commission approved Duke Energy Carolinas' proposed Small Business Energy Saver and Smart Energy in Offices programs on July 9, 2014. They say you can't get something…

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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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Mighty Mississippi: Energy Efficiency Plans Approved for State's Investor-Owned Utilities

Home of the Delta blues and promising new requirements for utility-run energy efficiency programs, Mississippi went down to the crossroads and took a huge step forward toward a cleaner, more efficient energy…

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EPA proposed regulations suggest states capture up 6 times more efficiency in the Southeast

On June 2, the EPA released its proposed rules on existing coal fired power plants. In our press release, we discussed that the proposed standards call for reductions in carbon emissions from…

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The Chamber is Wrong Again: Carbon Pollution Limits Will Lower Electricity Bills by Billions of Dollars, and Generate Hundreds of Thousands of Jobs, Not the Reverse

This blog was written by Laurie Johnson, Chief Economist at the Climate Center of the Natural Resources Defense Council in Washington DC and was originally published on May 28 via NRDC's blog Switchboard. …

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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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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…