January 2, 2012

Fuel Diversity Will Boost Florida's Future

Jeremy Susac, Tampa Tribune

Both politically and economically, reliance on foreign oil is our Achilles heel. We have the ability to reduce our reliance on foreign oil through multiple domestic energy resources, including ethanol right here in peninsula Florida. Florida can begin immediately by developing cost-effective alternative fuels to extend domestic supplies of petroleum, and create new economic opportunities as early as this year. . .

Read Full Article ››

TAGGED: Alternative Energy Technology, Alternative Energy, Renewable Energy, Renewable Energy Initiatives, U.S. Energy Policy, Florida, Tampa Tribune

RECOMMENDED ARTICLES

October 18, 2013
4 Alt. Energy Stocks Ready to Blast Off
D. Burrows, Investor Place
The energy sector might be running on fumes, but alternative energy stocks like solar, wind and green tech are killing it. A gusher of production amid weak global demand mean oil and natural gas prices haven’t gone anywhere in... more ››
October 25, 2013
Can Walmart Shake Up Renewables?
Ariel Schwartz, Fast Company
Given that it is the most massive retail store on the planet, Walmart is an unlikely champion for sustainable causes. But it has engaged in the past on issues ranging from local food and responsible sourcing to phasing out toxic... more ››
Germany is racing past 20% renewable energy on its electricity grid, but news stories stridently warn that this new wind and solar power is costing “billions.” But often left out (or buried far from the lede) is the... more ››
We got all excited when our friends over at the SUN DAY Campaign tipped us off to the latest federal report on newly installed electrical generating capacity in the US, given that the overall picture looks so rosy for renewables.... more ››
October 14, 2013
Myth-Busting Germany's Energy Transition
Chris Nedler, SmartPlanet
Major English-language media have been propagating a false narrative about the stunning success of Germany’s transition to renewable energy: the Energiewende. To hear them tell it, the transition has been a massive failure,... more ››