Florida nuclear fact sheet

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Let the sunshine in.

Florida has tremendous renewable energy potential, including wind, solar and biomass.

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About the author: Ellen Vancko is an expert on federal and state policies governing electricity markets, reliability, transmission systems, energy conservation, demand management, smart grid, and the integration of renewable energy into the electrical system. She holds a master of science degree in energy management and policy from the University of Pennsylvania.

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