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Monthly Archives: January 2015

New EPA Rules Work to Limit Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Posted on Jan 28, 2015 by Ryan

With a new rule coming down the pipeline, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency seems to be kicking alternative energy expectations into a higher gear. The rule would limit greenhouse gases emitted by Florida power plants by a third, ultimately urging states to make the leaps and bounds necessary to expand alternative energies, like solar and wind. By this time next year, any power plant burnin Read More

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Coalition of Environmentalists, Conservatives Announce Solar Ballot Initiative

Posted on Jan 21, 2015 by Ryan

Though Florida has long been dragging its heels in the solar race, a group of solar advocates, environmentalists, and political conservatives unveiled an initiative in Tallahassee last week that would work to bring solar to the ballot. The Solar Choice Ballot Initiative would challenge the major utility companies current reign over solar endeavors by not only establishing an even more cost-effecti Read More

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Solar Energy Rebate Program Reaches Final Deadline

Posted on Jan 14, 2015 by Ryan

The solar energy rebate program in Florida has long rewarded homeowners and businesses who have taken the initiative to install and utilize solar energy equipment. The incentives no doubt sparked an interest in alternative energies with its inception five years ago, but now, it’s coming to a close. Wednesday, January 14th will be the only day for Duke Energy and Florida Power and Ligh Read More

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