September 2023 Contents
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Finding sites for millions of solar energy panels sparks a land rush in rural Florida as new installations consume larger swaths of acreage.
An 866-acre solar power plant has a farmer rethinking plans for his family land's future.
FPL says wildlife cameras show its power plants don't interfere with state ecosystem.
76% of Central Florida's calendar days are cloudy or partly cloudy.
After working as a paramedic for eight years - and dealing with the emotional toil that comes with such a job - Alejandro Guillen was ready for a career change.
At Madison County dairy farm, FPU Renewables is turning cow manure into energy.
Florida's largest municipal utility has updated its clean energy goals. Some say the plan doesn't go far enough.
Orlando and Kolumi have cut a parking garage's energy consumption by half.
The Florida municipal Solar Project will add 1.8 million panels on eight farms.
Florida's growth is impressive - from the Panhandle to South Florida and all areas between.
"I choose to be happy. I choose to be upbeat."
Trailblazing entrepreneur Rita Case is recognized for many things.
Honeywell Aerospace in Clearwater is creating the cockpit controls and other spacecraft components that will allow astronauts to fly around the moon.
South Florida business leader Jarett Levan has found a sweet spot in the candy business.
All Together Now
Improving Aviation is using drones to fight wildfires and modernize flight.
Regional Economic Profile
The Palm Beaches
Business growth and innovation continue to earn the Greater South Florida region national accolades.
Around the State
The Butterfly Effect
The McGuire Center for Lepidoptera and Biodiversity maintains its 10M butterfy and moth specimens in 77K drawers.
Driving Climate Conversations
Miami Waterkeeper advocates on behalf of South Florida's watershed.
LactaLogics processes breast milk from donor moms for use in feeding premature babies.
The Philadelphia Phillies want an upgrade to their city-owned spring training facility.
The Orlando Economic Partnership has spun off its development efforts to create Innovate Orlando.
Helping Black-Owned Businesses Thrive
Entrepreneurs joined forces to help businesses facing challenges during the pandemic.
Pensacola leaders are looking to turn a 30-room motel into affordable housing.
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