Solar Congress Helps South Florida Homeowners Figure Out How To Harvest Clean Energy
There’s a movement building in Florida to take advantage of solar power and, according to Miami-Dade County Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava, it has reached a tipping point. “We are the sunshine state, and we’ve been a little in the clouds,” Cava laughed. “It’s time to come out.”
The non-profit organization Florida Solar United Neighbors, with a history of connecting solar enthusiasts and educating the public on renewable energy sources, hosted a free public event over the weekend called the 2018 Florida Solar Congress.