Charlie Crist is right, says PolitiFact: Florida has a lousy record in developing solar power. Crist, running for governor, wants to change that.
A Florida company is doing big commercial solar installations without penetrating the roof; instead, it uses sprayed urethane to hold array stands upright.
Orlando will give renters and others a chance to go solar through a community solar farm, allowing them to lock in rates for 25 years.
A branch of PNC Bank that opened last week in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., expects to use half of the energy needed by other conventional branches and to produce more energy than it requires.
A study recently from the Florida Public Service Commission finds electric car charging on local power grids generally won’t have much of an impact on demand.
Off-grid Pigeon Key, home to hundreds of railway workers a century ago, continues its transition to idyllic with a solar power and storage system.
It’s been a slow start, but after having zero LEED projects underway in 2009, Florida builders are catching up with more than 200 LEED-certified buildings.
Pinecrest, Fla., has become one of the first municipalities in the U.S. to offer a voluntary offset program designed to help the village meet its carbon goals.
Ever wondered which states really deliver a breath of fresh air? See who made the top ten in a recent ranking.
Transportation Nation reports on how alternative fuel advocates are hopeful EVs will eventually catch on in the Sunshine State, especially in the central area.
Transportation Nation, in its debut on EarthTechling, reports on a new book that talks in part about Florida’s one time flirtation with high-speed rail.