Energy Office

2555 Shumard Oak Blvd.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-2100
(850) 488-2475

As the state's action arm for energy policy planning and implementation, the Florida Energy Office advises the Governor and Department of Community Affairs Secretary on energy issues affecting Floridians and assists the public and private sector in implementing those strategies.

The Energy Office is charged with helping Florida build an energyefficient economy through programs to encourage energy conservation and promote the use of alternative energy sources. It also compiles statistical data on energy supplies and forecasts Florida's energy use. The office is funded with federally administered funds for state energy conservation programs and conservation in schools and hospitals.

[From Allen Morris' Florida Handbook.]

Many of the documents published by this agency are available at libraries in Florida through the State Library’s Florida Public Documents Program. They are also available from the State Library of Florida, and are listed in the library’s online catalog.


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