Florida’s Senators Champion the ‘Protect American Power Infrastructure Act’
Republicans Marco Rubio and Rick Scott--are championing a proposal to “prohibit bulk-power equipment that is owned by, operated or associated with a foreign adversary from providing power to our nation’s defense critical electric infrastructure.”
Ebo Entsuah: With Help from State Leaders, Florida Can Champion Advanced Energy
Florida saw advanced energy employment increase by 5 percent in 2019, more than double the state’s overall job growth rate. With more than 182,000 workers in Florida, the advanced energy industry has become a significant segment of the state’s economy.
Dawn Shirreffs: The Cost of Inaction on Climate Change
Costs of Inaction, a new analysis from the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), provides Floridians with the data needed to calculate the near-term costs of climate change to their family budgets and businesses and encourages policymakers to reduce climate-warming pollution.
State Regulators Take Aim At Home Solar Rights
Home solar rights – particularly a state policy called net metering – might be on the line when the Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) hosts a virtual workshop on Sept. 17.
Liberty First Network: Florida Energy Choice Amendment Will Harm Consumers
On the surface, this looks like a petition allowing free market principles into the energy market.
Florida Energy Choice Amendment Proposal Could Be Headed to the 2020 Ballot
The group pushing the initiative is Citizens for Energy Choice (CFEC), which decided to champion the amendment in Florida after seeing the success a similar proposal had in Texas. Patton pointed to the successful electricity choice market implemented in Texas in 2002 as a major inspiration for the proposed amendment in Florida.