During a Natural Disaster
To Reducing Our Carbon Footprint
Natural gas is clean and efficient, and helps reduce our carbon footprint.
When a disaster hits, Floridians depend on natural gas to support emergency response. It's essential during hurricane season to power generators and cook food.
Natural gas powers 700,000+ homes and over 70,000 businesses. It moves ships across the ocean and can even send rocket ships to space.
With natural gas, there is limitless opportunity.
JOIN THE FIGHT
TO SAVE OUR STOVES
Federal and local politicians are trying to ban our access to natural gas and even prohibit the use of gas stoves.
But freedom lives here in Florida. And Governor Ron DeSantis is fighting to protect our rights to clean, reliable and affordable energy.
Join the fight to save our stoves!
GOVERNOR RON DESANTIS IS WORKING TO
SAVE OUR STOVES
Federal regulators are threatening to take away your natural gas stoves, but Governor Ron DeSantis won't let that happen.
In February, Governor DeSantis announced his "Framework for Freedom" budget proposal that would permanently remove taxes on gas stoves.
"They want to go after the gas stoves and so we’re saying we want you to be able to buy those free of charges from the state of Florida,” said Governor DeSantis.
REAL LIFE FLORIDA STORIES
BY THE NUMBERS
Natural gas powers Florida’s economy and provides good-paying jobs for Florida families.
Natural gas creates 44,000 new jobs for Florida workers each year.
More than 700,000 homes rely on natural gas and nearly 70,000 businesses are powered by natural gas.
Annually, natural gas generates $3.53 billion in economic impact, contributes $1.93 billion in wages to Florida families, and provides $317.4 million in state and local tax revenue.
Households that use natural gas for heating, cooking and clothes drying save an average of $1,041 per year compared to homes using electricity for those applications.
Natural gas has saved American families
$143 billion over 10 years.
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