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Consumers Win In Gulf Power Settlement

Proposed Drastic Fixed Charge Hike Rescinded Contact: Alissa Schafer, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy,, (754) 307-7451 Pamela Goodman, League of Women Voters of Florida,, (561) 843-1233 Bradley Marshall, Earthjustice,, (850) 681-0031   Tallahassee, Fla. (March 20, 2017) – In a settlement to a challenge mounted by the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy and the League of Women Voters of Florida, represented [ MORE » ]

Clean Energy Advocates, Solar Businesses Urge Swift Implementation of SB 90 as Florida’s Legislature Convenes

Contact: Susan Glickman, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, 727-742-9003,   Tallahassee, Fla. – As the 2017 Florida Legislative Session begins tomorrow on Tuesday, March 7, clean energy advocates and solar businesses are urging elected leaders in Tallahassee to swiftly and cleanly implement Amendment 4, the solar tax abatement proposal, which passed in Florida’s August primary with 73 percent support. An Amendment 4 implementation [ MORE » ]

Monroe Co. FPL Turkey Point Cooling Towers Resolution


FPL’s Increasingly Speculative Proposed Nuclear Reactors at Turkey Point Face Further Obstacles as Toshiba-Westinghouse Faces Financial Meltdown

Utility, state and federal regulators should halt project, investigate   Miami, Fla. (January 30, 2017) – The unfolding financial meltdown of Japanese giant Toshiba, parent company of Westinghouse Electric Corp., the designer and builder of the two proposed AP1000 reactors at FPL’s Turkey Point facility, raises significant questions about the feasibility of FPL’s project and further underscores the likelihood that this project will never [ MORE » ]

Nuclear Plant Expansion Could be Devastating to Nearby National Parks

Turkey Point Proposal Could Seriously Harm Water Quality, Wildlife in Area   BACKGROUND: There is a proposal to expand Turkey Point Nuclear Power Plant in South Florida, owned and operated by Florida Power & Light (FPL). FPL is proposing to add two new nuclear units, making it one of the largest nuclear power facilities in the country. Today, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), the [ MORE » ]

5 Things You Need to Know about Amendment 4

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

New Expert Report Provides Affordable, Practical Solution to FPL’s Failed Cooling Canal System at Turkey Point

Proposed cooling technologies can help stop contamination from polluting Biscayne National Park and South Florida’s drinking water Contact: Jennifer Rennicks, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, 865-235-1448,   Listen to the tele press conference for this report release here.   Miami, Fla. (July 28, 2016) – Today the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) released a new report by an expert with over thirty [ MORE » ]

Florida Public Service Commission Approves Deferring Nuclear Cost Recovery from FPL Customers to 2017

Proposed New Reactors at Turkey Point Face Increasing Costs and Delays Contact: Jennifer Rennicks, SACE,, 865-235-1448   Miami, Fla. (July 7, 2016) – Today the Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) approved Florida Power & Light’s (FPL) request to defer consideration of its 2016 nuclear cost recovery clause to 2017. The utility had asked for an additional $22 million from their customers this year [ MORE » ]

Advocates Urge NextEra to Provide Annual Report on Sea Level Rise Risks

Florida Operations and Facilities Vulnerable Contact: Jennifer Rennicks, SACE,, 865-235-1448   Oklahoma City, OK, (May 18, 2016) – NextEra, the parent company of Florida Power & Light (FPL), hosts its annual meeting tomorrow in Oklahoma City, OK. Attendees will consider Shareholder Proposal 7: Sea Level Rise Risk Report. The proposal, put forward by Alan Farago and Lisa Versaci, asks NextEra’s Board of Directors [ MORE » ]

FPL Asks Regulators for Less Accountability but More Customer Dollars for Increasingly Speculative, Expensive New Reactors at Turkey Point

Contact: Jennifer Rennicks, SACE,, 865-235-1448   Miami, Fla. (May 16, 2016) – Today the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) filed comments opposing FPL’s outrageous request to the Florida Public Service Commission to be relieved of its responsibility to prove to the Commission and its customers that the proposed new nuclear reactors at the Turkey Point facility, with a cost estimate of well [ MORE » ]