Kelsey Grentzer

Florida Communications Coordinator
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Kelsey Grentzer joined SACE in May 2018 as the Florida Communications Coordinator. Kelsey focuses on social media, media relations, content writing, and developing communications materials for initiatives based in Florida.

Kelsey is a graduate of the University of Florida with a master’s degree in Mass Communication, specializing in Global Strategic Communication, and bachelor’s degrees in Journalism and Sustainability Studies. Before joining SACE, Kelsey lived in the Netherlands for two and a half years, where she helped promote and organize international conferences for the energy industry with a focus on the transition toward a low-carbon energy supply. She has also interned with international publisher and technology company Elsevier and worked as a freelance digital marketer, video editor, photographer and journalist. In her spare time, Kelsey volunteers for the World Wildlife Fund.

Besides communications and environmental issues, Kelsey’s interests include photography, yoga, kayaking, exploring new places, and enjoying the Florida sunshine.

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Our 1,350-Mile Tesla Road Trip from Tampa Bay to Knoxville (and back again!)

When the topic of electric vehicle (EV) road trips comes up, we inevitably get a lot of questions: Can an EV get me where I want to go? How will I find…

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Year in Review: The Best Clean Energy Wins of 2018

As the year comes to a close, SACE reflects on the progress we've seen toward a clean energy future in the Southeast and beyond in 2018.

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Victory! Florida Voters Pass Offshore Drilling Ban

Amendment 9 passed in Florida’s midterm elections tonight, adding a ban on offshore drilling in state waters to the state’s Constitution. As of 10pm, the ballot initiative received approximately 68 percent of the vote,…

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News & Resources

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Advisory: Press Briefing on Climate Change Impacts on Hurricanes

Woods Hole Research Center Senior Scientist Dr. Jennifer Francis, and Senior NASA Scientist Dr. Timothy Hall to explain how climate change impacts hurricane intensity and storm surge as the 2019 hurricane season commences…

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Dutch water envoy to share resilience expertise with Tampa Bay community and elected officials

St. Petersburg, Fla. – Henk Ovink, Special Envoy for International Water Affairs for the Kingdom of the Netherlands, will bring his expertise on resilience to the Tampa Bay area Wednesday for a public presentation…