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Florida’s Need for Solar Technologies on the Rise

Posted on Oct 30, 2015 by Ryan

Though the cause may still be heavily debated, there is no doubt the climate is changing. Already, Florida’s coastlines are feeling the repercussions, and it won’t be long before drastic measures need implementing. One of the latest problems was found in Miami, where the rising sea levels are posing a threat to traditional energy grids, and in some cases, they are already taking damage. Hur Read More

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$1.5 Million Raised for State Utility’s Solar Amendment

Posted on Oct 28, 2015 by Ryan

There has been a lot of talk this year throughout Florida about two solar amendments that are stirring up controversy in the state’s solar industry. The latest initiative was put forth by a group of diverse organizations and Florida utility representatives called Consumers for Smart Solar, which claims the amendment would give Floridians a “right to solar”. But many have claimed residents al Read More

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UCF Offers Unique Exhibition of Solar Energy Installations

Posted on Oct 23, 2015 by Ryan

The University of Central Florida has put a significant amount of time and funding into solar energy installations around campus, and now, they are attracting the attention of solar energy enthusiasts from across the state. UCF was recently featured as a part of the Florida Renewable Energy Association’s local tour of clean energy projects. This was the 20th Annual National Solar Tour hosted Read More

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Duke Energy Builds on Its Promise for More Solar

Posted on Oct 10, 2015 by Ryan

Earlier this month, Duke Energy announced plans for a 3.8-megawatt solar energy project to be built in Osceola, Florida. The energy company has said they’ve acquired the necessary permits to move forward with the project, and that this is yet another step toward achieving their long-term solar energy goals in the state of Florida. Duke’s Florida President, Alex Glenn, has been reported sayi Read More

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