Efficiency in Action, Markets & Business

Thanksgiving Energy Saving Opportunities

20 Nov , 2018  

Feast on Energy Savings this Thanksgiving kua.com, November 20, 2018 As we prepare to spend Thanksgiving with family and friends, it’s important to remember that extra cooking and baking can cause electric bills to go up. Kissimmee Utility Authority offers these 10 simple cooking tips to help keep energy costs down during the holiday season: […]

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Clean Grid Technology, Renewables

Miami Heat Investing in Sustainable Solar Pavilion

9 Feb , 2015  

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Heat to create solar plaza to enhance fan experience, energy efficiency Power Source, February 7, 2015 The Miami Heat have built a reputation as a progressive franchise on more than Pat Riley’s history of creative roster moves. Another example will become evident in the coming months as 24,000 square feet of underutilized space at AmericanAirlines […]

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Clean Grid Technology, Regulatory Affairs

Georgia Emerging as a Solar-Power Leader

2 Feb , 2015  


Florida utilities say solar doesn’t work in the Sunshine State, but it sure does in Georgia Tampa Bay Times, January 30, 2015 The Sunshine State is losing its shine to something peachy. While Florida energy policy impedes solar power development, Georgia promotes it: The Peach State, with a population half that of its neighbor to […]

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Law & Policy, Programs & Policy

Florida Moves Backwards on Clean Energy

12 Dec , 2014  

Add Florida to the list of states rolling back energy efficiency and renewable energy goals. We saw this happen earlier this year in Indiana and Ohio. Florida’s Public Service Commission approved a proposal in a 3-2 decision to severely diminish the state’s efficiency goals and retire the state’s solar incentive program.

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Law & Policy, Programs & Policy

Florida’s Power Companies Gut Energy Efficiency Goals

3 Dec , 2014  

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Under state law, Florida regulators are required to set energy-saving goals every five years for power companies. As the Tampa Tribune reports today, the point is to reduce the state’s electricity consumption.

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