National Implications of Florida Agriculture Commissioner's Stance on Energy Inequities
- Jul 1, 2021 7:38 pm GMT
Energy inequality is a very overlooked problem in the United States. In September, a new report by the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy showed that 25% of households are paying considerably more for energy than the national average. Geography plays an important role in the economic imbalance. However, there are also socioeconomic challenges that influence energy inequality as well.
Some jurisdictions are taking this concern a lot more seriously. Nikki Fried, The Florida Agricultural Commissioner, announced that Florida would be taking new measures to address growing concerns about energy inequality. Agricultural companies and food manufacturers may also benefit from the proposed initiative, since it will lower costs. Companies that offer food manufacturing erp services are among those that can reduce their cost structures.
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