Attend Meeting on Operating FPL’s Polluting Turkey Point Facility for 80 Years

  Are you concerned about decades more pollution from FPL’s Turkey Point nuclear plant threatening Biscayne Bay and your drinking water? FPL wants to operate Turkey Point for another 20 years beyond the current license expiration of 2033. FPL is the first utility in the country to submit a Subsequent License Renewal Application (SLRA) with the […]

We Pay for FPL’s Mess

Below is a guest column from Grant Miller with Miami’s Community Newspapers. His column originally ran on February 6, 2017 and can be found here. We Pay for FPL’s Mess In case you haven’t heard, Japan’s Toshiba is in financial free-fall and is pulling its subsidiary Westinghouse out of the nuclear construction business due to […]

FPL’s Flawed Remediation Plan Won’t Solve Turkey Point’s Pollution Problems

Update: Since Laura’s blog post below, the Palm Beach Post’s Susan Salisbury reported on the concerns with FPL’s flawed clean-up plan in her “Protecting Your Pocketbook” blog/column. Find it here. Last week Southern Alliance for Clean Energy and Tropical Audubon Society filed an amended complaint to the Clean Water Act challenge filed this past July […]

Environmental Leadership? New Study Provides Facts and Solutions for FPL’s Turkey Point Open Industrial Sewer

The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) not only identifies problems, but is also committed to advocating for solutions. One of the most significant water quality problems in the Southeast is the ongoing pollution at Florida Power and Light’s (FPL) Turkey Point cooling canal system. This open industrial sewer appears to be in direct conflict with FPL’s corporate environmental stewardship goals. And a slick PR campaign can’t cover up evidence that this system is failing and needs to be fixed.

Guest Post: FPL Sued Over Turkey Point Crisis By Environmental Groups In Federal Clean Water Act Lawsuit

Last week environmental groups — Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, Tropical Audubon Society, and Friends of the Everglades — filed a Clean Water Act lawsuit against FPL in federal court for ongoing pollution at the Turkey Point power complex in South Florida.

What is threatening Biscayne and Everglades National Parks and South Florida’s Drinking Water?

UPDATE: New analysis released on March 7, 2016, just prior to the Miami-Dade County Board of Commissioners meeting on March 8, confirms contamination of Biscayne Aquifer and Biscayne National Park by Turkey Point’s cooling canal system. Read our press release here. Recent news has brought further attention to what is causing contamination of the beautiful […]

Opposition to FPL’s Proposed Turkey Point Nuclear Reactors Grows

In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, SACE will be posting a series of blogs highlighting issues that impact Latino communities throughout the Southeast. This is the first blog in that series, and please stay tuned for more entries throughout the month. To view this blog in Spanish, click here. Over the last several months, much […]

FPL’s nuclear-power plan regressive, harmful

This opinion-editorial was written by TOMÁS REGALADO (Mayor of Miami); CINDY LERNER (Mayor of Pinecrest); PHILIP STODDARD (Mayor of South Miami); and JOSÉ JAVIER RODRÍGUEZ (the State Representative of District 112) and was originally published here in the Miami Herald on Wednesday, May 6, 2015. Florida Power & Light argues that its new nuclear project […]

An Earth Day Action That Matters

It is of enormous significance that President Barack Obama is coming to Florida for Earth Day. He can go anywhere in the county, or world, and yet he chooses to come here and underscore the biggest challenge facing the US and the world. On Wednesday, he will visit a Florida icon – the proverbial ‘canary […]

FPL vs. the Everglades: A costly battle

This blog was written by Samantha Knapp with the National Parks Conservation Association. This summer, an Administrative Law Judge will decide whether to let Florida Power & Light (FPL) run power lines through our neighborhoods and Everglades National Park to bring electricity to counties north of us as part of their proposed Turkey Point Expansion. […]