Renewables Deemed Vital to Florida’s Future

August 28, 2003 [] The Florida Energy Office (FEO), is developing an energy plan for the state and is seeking public involvement in the process. FEO states that the future economic vitality and well being of Southeast Floridians depend on a well thought-out and all-inclusive renewable/non-renewable energy sources, and conservation energy plan for Florida. A Web site has been established to provide the public with information about the Plan and the planning process. An email address has been established where interested persons may submit their ideas and suggestions to the FEO. Businesses and organizations that have energy concerns will be able to take part in a series of stakeholder forums. Public workshops will be scheduled throughout the state to gather additional public input. Coordinated by Florida’s 11 Regional Planning Councils (RPC), during the months of August and September, the workshops will allow their constituents to learn about the plan, and to express their interests in the various plan elements.
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