Guest author Josh Sproat argues the next fight for energy independence isn’t just for countries, it’s for Floridians’ homes and pocketbooks.
News Category: Economic Opportunity
If Florida’s Public Service Commission approves the requests from FPL, Duke, TECO and FPUC, get ready for your electric bill to go up in January and then again in April.
The cost savings and flexible applications of solar schools creates a brighter way forward for Florida’s students and taxpayers.
Outrageously high power bills in 2022 are explained by years of political interference from FPL, Florida’s largest electricity monopoly.
The most recent legislative session continued to prioritize corporate tax giveaways over much needed efforts to fund affordable housing in Florida.
How can residents experience “freedom” when they are worried about food in their stomachs and a roof over their head?
In 1998, the maximum unemployment benefit a Floridian could get was $275 a week. Today? The exact same $275 a week.
New legislation being pushed to curtail rooftop solar options is only the latest in a long series of attacks by FPL on consumer energy freedom in Florida.