The energy challenges of the 21st century demand new ways of doing things -- namely, moving from the old paradigm of “selling energy” to one where we “meet energy needs” with less costly and less risky resource choices.
A Florida state senator walks in to a Tallahassee bar. She sits down next to a big city newspaper reporter. They chat about the things that pols and newsies used to chat about in the 20th century, when both professions had better poll numbers than they do now.
Who am I to tell three federal judges they're crazier than a soup sandwich? But that was my inclination Thursday when a U.S. District Court ruled Florida's reduction in early voting days negatively impacts minority voters.
In the Sunshine State, where we lag behind most other states in renewable energy industry job creation, we still do not have a Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard (RPS) policy like the 30-plus states creating new jobs.