Florida Advanced Energy By The Numbers


Florida’s advanced energy industry currently supports more than 160,000 workers.


Florida is home to more than 29,800 hybrid and electric vehicles, ranking second only to California.

$720 million

By updating building efficiency codes, Florida homes and businesses can save $720 million by 2030.


Walt Disney World’s investments in solar will create enough electricity to power 25% of its parks and resorts in Florida.


Florida ranks 3rd in the nation in distributed solar potential. Paired with storage, this means less outages and more savings.

More ways to make Advanced Energy work


Andrew Gillum


Ron DeSantis

Enable businesses to directly purchase renewables for their operations

Electrify Transportation to decrease emissions and increase air quality & health


Increase Energy Efficiency programs to save customers money


Adjust utility incentives to invest in programs that save customers money


Expand storage and other technologies for better grid resiliency


Diversify energy technologies and sources for cleaner, more reliable power

To learn more about each of these policies, check out the Advanced Energy Policy Platform.

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