Safety Harbor Becomes Florida's 9th City To Commit To 100% Clean Energy

Phil Compton, Senior Organizing Representative at the Sierra Club, joined AM Tampa Bay to discuss that Safety Harbor becomes Florida’s ninth city to commit to 100 percent clean energy.

The City Commission of Safety Harbor voted unanimously to become Florida’s ninth city to adopt a resolution setting a 100 percent clean renewable energy.

The community-wide goal is to commit the City to plan for the elimination of all fossil fuels in the electricity sector by 2035 for municipal operations and 2050 community-wide.

Safety Harbor joins the Pinellas County cities of Dunedin, Largo, and St. Petersburg in moving to clean, renewable energy.

Other Florida cities that joined the movements are Sarasota, Orlando, Tallahassee, Gainesville, and most recently, South Miami.

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