SACE has officially endorsed Amendment 4 and we ask that Florida voters get out and vote #YesOn4! To learn more about this bi-partisan supported amendment that lowers energy costs, visit www.yeson4.org.
"5 Things You Need to Know about Amendment 4"
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Grants and loan guarantees are currently available through U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Rural Energy for America Program (REAP). The funding is available to farmers and small rural businesses for renewable energy and energy efficiency equipment, energy technical assistance, energy audits, and feasibility studies. More information and other deadlines are available here. The Fall 2015 REAP funding round is now open. Applications will be [ MORE » ]
__ —– Tell the Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) that you support maintaining and expanding policies that allow for solar development in Florida! It is vital that the PSC permit access to solar power for more Floridians, giving consumers more freedom to chose how to power their homes and businesses. The Sunshine State has a tremendous opportunity to take advantage of [ MORE » ]
The Southeastern United States projects strong solar growth, with North Carolina ranking 4th in the nation for installed solar capacity. Conference attendees will participate in forward-looking and in-depth discussions on policy, regulatory, and technical topics facing the industry in the Southeastern United States, with a particular focus on Georgia, Florida and the Carolinas. Register today with a special code to receive 15% off non-member [ MORE » ]
Strong Support from Residents Across the State Confirms Floridians Are Eager to Have a Voice and a Choice on Energy Contact: Floridians for Solar Choice, 954-580-6370, email@example.com Press packet materials can be found here. Full conference video available here. Tallahassee, Fla. (February 17, 2015) – Just one month after a broad coalition announced the launch of Floridians for Solar Choice – a petition campaign [ MORE » ]
December 27, 2014 – SACE Executive Director Dr. Stephen A. Smith discusses solar in Florida on WNZF Talk Radio. [_bd_audio player=”sc_embed_player” url=”http://www.cleanenergy.org/wp-content/uploads/solar_fit_122014.mp3″]
Sister Paula Gonzalez, the Solar Nun, has worked for many years to promote sustainable living. She founded the Ohio Interfaith Power and a sustainable living learning center. A wine and cheese social will begin at 6:30 PM, and the program will begin at 7:00 PM. More information at: http://www.tennipl.org/