One-Stop-Shop for Florida Energy Information Resources


Are you looking for facts about Florida’s energy industry? Do you want to know about energy efficiency and conservation, or learn more about different types of renewable energy? Are you looking for great, up-to-the-minute information to accompany your high school/college energy-related lesson plans? Look no further than the Florida Energy Systems Consortium (FESC) web site. There you will find numerous information-packed factsheets on Florida energy-related topics.

The 2008 Florida legislature defined goals and specific objectives with respect to energy production and consumption to meet its 2020 target criteria. The FESC-FLATE partnership defines FLATE as FESC’s core facility for community college technical workforce education development and deployment throughout the state. FESC is strategically focused on workforce preparation for the existing and emerging energy industry. Many energy-industry educational opportunities are available throughout the state, while other exciting opportunities are being developed. FESC is working to coordinate these efforts and ensure that existing distance education facilities at each university will be utilized to make these programs available via on-line courses.

Available on the FESC website are fact sheets (including links to other excellent related information), on the following topics:

Florida Energy statistics
  • Energy Efficiency and Conservation
  • Biomass Energy
  • Solar Energy
  • Nuclear Energy
  • Ocean Energy
  • Energy Storage and Delivery
  • Energy Policy
For more information on the FLATE-FESC partnership visit http://fl-ate.org/projects/fesc.html, or contact Nina Stokes, project manager at stokes@fl-ate.org/813.259.6587.