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Solar Bills That are Good for Habitat and People

Florida’s major electric utilities plan to develop over 13,000 MW of new solar generation across the state over the next decade, according to a 2021 review of ten-year site plans published by the Florida Public Service Commission. While this is a significant development, there’s no such thing as a free lunch. Each

8 Tips for an Eco-Friendly 4th of July

Now you’re ready for a fun and safe Fourth of July! Share these tips to make sure your friends and family are prepared, too.   Thank you for helping to protect our beautiful beaches and marine life!

Top 10 Conservation Moments of 2017

Despite what was a tumultuous year for the environment and our nation, Florida was not without its share of hopeful and inspiring conservation stories. From fracking, to the Everglades, to our cherished native wildlife, there is good news from all around the state. If you have a positive story to

TAKE ACTION: Protect Solar in Jacksonville

Last month, the Jacksonville Electric Authority overwhelmingly approved a policy that will severely cripple the solar market in northeast Florida. Falsely publicized as a pro-solar move, this new policy almost completely eliminates a JEA customers’ incentive to install solar panels. Before this change, solar users would send their extra electricity