Primary Voting Begins Soon: Are You Ready to Support Clean Energy Champions?

What’s the connection between the upcoming primary elections and a climate-resilient, clean energy economy? To have climate-friendly and clean-energy policies we need climate-friendly and clean-energy supporting leaders. Primary elections begin across the Southeast next month, so the opportunities to support clean-energy champions start now! From May 8th when North Carolinians go to the polls until […]

Florida Solar Month: When and where do I vote during August Primary election?

#FloridaSolarMonth continues with this blog on when and where to vote in the August Primary election.

Florida Solar Month: Frequently Asked Questions about voting in Florida

During the month of August, SACE will sharing blogs that promote solar and voting resources in Florida, making this post the second in the #FloridaSolarMonth series. To follow along and read other blogs in this series, click here. Voting will be heating up during August and very soon the general election in November will be here, […]

Florida Solar Month: History of Solar Power in the Sunshine State

During the month of August, we will be sharing blogs that promote solar in the Sunshine State. Follow along!

Southeast Green Interview: Dr. Stephen A. Smith talks Solar Wars in Florida

This interview originally ran on Southeast Green’s website and is accessible here. The Sun Shines in Florida, so Why so Little Solar? Southeast Green’s Beth Bond recently talked with Southern energy expert Stephen A. Smith, DVM who is the Executive Director of Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE). Dr. Stephen A. Smith has 30 years of experience effecting […]

Voting for solar in Florida has never been more important… or easier!

How do we make solar energy a priority in the Sunshine State? It starts by boosting voter turnout in this year’s August and November elections among all Floridians who want to build a clean energy, sustainable energy future. The Florida August Primary Election is right around the corner and Amendment 4, a proposal to remove taxes on solar power, is on the ballot. To sign up to vote by mail, visit FloridaSolarVoter.com