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Florida Energy Office

Please be advised that the Energy Office is now part of the Governor's Office of Energy & Climate ChangeEnergy Office Contacts
 

Pursuant to Section, 377.703, Florida Statutes, the Florida Energy Office (FEO) is the state’s primary center for energy policy under Governor Charlie Crist.  In addition to developing and implementing Florida’s energy policy, FEO coordinates all federal energy programs delegated to the state.
 

Through the FEO, the State of Florida shapes “Florida’s Energy Future,” focusing on advanced clean energy sources, energy conservation and efficiency. Florida is actively leading the nation in projects that promote hydrogen power, solar energy, bioenergy, biofuels, clean vehicles and energy conservation. ...more

Hydrogen vehicle
Renewable Energy Assistance Highlight

Financial Incentives for Renewable Energy

The State of Florida offers a number of financial incentives to businesses, organizations and residents who are seeking to use renewable energy technologies. To learn more about these programs, visit the following links:

Directory of Biofuels Retailers in Florida

As interest in alternative fuels continues to grow, many retail stations are beginning to offer biofuels, such as biodiesel and ethanol. In order to help consumers find these alternative fuels, a list of biodiesel and ethanol providers has been compiled:

Recycling Compact Fluorescent Lights

DEP has added a "NEW" highlight area on its mercury web page about compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs).  This site links to DEP's press release, the approved guidelines for cleaning up a broken CFL and the peer reviewed paper on the modeling of broken CFLs which supports the clean up guidance.

Clean Energy

Did you ever wonder what reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 1 million metric tons means in everyday terms? The following equivalency calculator can help you understand just that. Greenhouse Gas Equivalencies Calculator

 

 

Awards for the Renewable Energy Technologies Grant Program announced February 26, 2008.

 

“Through targeted incentives like the Renewable Energy Technologies Grant Program, Florida is stimulating economic development in the renewable and alternative energy fields,” said DEP Secretary Michael W. Sole. “By investing in cutting-edge technologies, Florida is exploring strategies to ensure a stronger economy as well as help prevent pollution and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.”

~Michael W. Sole
DEP Secretary

DEP Secretary Michael W. Sole

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last updated: November 05, 2009

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