Sun Continues to Shine on Florida; Solar Lease Gets Green Light

Do you want to power your home with a rooftop solar system, but don’t want to spend the upfront cash for a system, or don’t want the responsibility of maintaining the system? Then here’s some good news:  you may soon have the option of using a solar equipment lease to power your home! The Florida [...]

Video and Petition: Florida Power and Light in Hot Water with Turkey Point Contamination

Just south of Miami, Biscayne is the largest marine park in the National Park System. For years Florida Power and Light (FPL) has known that their cooling canal system used at their Turkey Point power plant, is polluting and adding salt to the Biscayne Aquifer and Biscayne National Park. Sign the petition demanding that FPL stop the leaks, clean up Turkey Point and save Biscayne Bay: http://bit.ly/SaveBiscayneBay

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 [...]

World Wind of a Day

Last Friday was Global Wind Day,  a worldwide event that occurs annually on June 15th.  This day presents an opportunity for children and adults to celebrate wind energy by visiting wind farms, participating in wind events, and learning all they ever wanted to know about wind energy.  As stated on the Global Wind Day website, [...]

Tybee Island Community Comes Together for Water and Energy Fair

Congratulations to the Tybee Island Community Resource Committee for hosting the Tybee Island Water & Energy Fair, the Tybee Island City Council for adopting the “Tybee Island Wind Power Resolution,” and the coastal community at large for bringing our state one step closer to a clean energy future!