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This is the premier event in South Florida to promote alternative energy, showcase Broward County and our partner’s successes in expanding rooftop solar photovoltaics and learn more about steps you can take to save money, and use cleaner sources of energy to reduce greenhouse gases.
Expanding Renewable Energy in Florida!
The Go SOLAR program is growing and we want you to be a part of our success! We are expanding the topics, coverage and marketing for all stakeholders, sponsors and exhibitors. In addition to photovoltaics, experts on thermal, geothermal, wind, energy efficiency and current job creation, and several new exhibits will be apart of the Second Annual Go SOLAR and Renewable Energy Fest. So why should you be a part of the Second Annual Go SOLAR and Renewable Energy Fest?
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Go SOLAR Florida Receives Department of Energy Award to Increase Use of Solar Energy
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded the Go SOLAR Florida team a $1.6 million SunShot Initiative Rooftop Solar Challenge II competitive award to make it easier for Floridians to obtain grid-tied solar installations. Go SOLAR Florida is one of 8 recipients of a Rooftop Solar Challenge II award nationwide. The purpose of the award is to increase the use of and access to solar energy among the state’s residents and businesses by reducing market barriers, lowering non-hardware related installation costs and providing access to financing options over the next two and a half years.
The Go SOLAR Florida team is a partnership of Florida counties, cities, the Florida Solar Energy Center and Florida Atlantic University representing approximately 4 million Floridians. Six Florida counties are participating (Alachua, Broward, Miami-Dade, Monroe, Orange and St. Lucie), along with nine Broward County municipalities (Cooper City, Hollywood, Lauderdale Lakes, Lauderhill, Lighthouse Point, Margate, Pembroke Pines, Plantation and Wilton Manors) and the City of Venice in Sarasota County.
The Rooftop Solar Challenge II program empowers teams to undertake initiatives that make it easier and more affordable for Americans to go solar, reducing “plug-in” costs by streamlining permit processes, updating planning and zoning codes, improving standards for connecting solar power to the electric grid, and increasing access to financing.
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