Kevin Doyle, Executive Director of CEA Florida, talks about the necessity of supporting the energy needs of Floridians by ensuring a diverse, affordable supply of energy that is sustainable produced.
Florida consumed the third-most energy among states in 2016 but produced just 13 percent of the energy it used. The state is reliant on other states and nations to supply and transport most of the energy it uses. With the Florida Chamber of Commerce projecting the number of residents will grow by six million by 2030, it’s clear more people will equal more energy usage in the forthcoming years.
Yet without enough energy supply households and businesses including our thriving tourism industry could face significant pain.
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