October 4-10, 2020 is National Public Power Week and the Florida Municipal Electric Association (FMEA) is using the annual event to broadcast ways Floridians can shave a few bucks off their power bill.
OceanBased Perpetual Energy is working to create a new way to do exactly that by deriving clean energy simply by using the power of the Florida Gulf Stream current to create electricity.
FloridaPolitics.com detailed how the FMEA is gearing its tips toward the work-from-home crowd, who have undoubtedly seen a spike in their monthly bill as they spend more hours at home during the COVID pandemic. Read the story here.
Read more about where the American Public Power Association stands on public power issues like Grid Modernization by clicking on the hyperlinks below:
The American Public Power Association’s policy positions are reflected in the issue briefs listed below on various topics as well as in resolutions approved annually by members. APPA also acts on members’ behalf through regulatory comments and filings with various federal administrative agencies as well as in the courts.