Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
Learn how Florida is increasing energy efficiency, expanding renewable energy production and limiting energy impacts on the environment through our wide range of grant programs.
The Florida Energy Clearinghouse is a consumer-friendly portal to compare energy-saving technologies and learn more about energy usage, energy production, renewable energy technologies and research being conducted in Florida.
Learn about the changing energy sector and how Florida can prepare to take advantage of future economic opportunities. The Florida Energy Summit brings together energy leaders from across the state and around the nation to share ideas on diversifying the state's energy sources, spurring economic growth and promoting energy conservation.
Florida Energy Technology Cost Share Program — Efficiency and Renewable Improvements in Commercial Aquaculture (ERICA)
The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) developed the ERICA program to increase energy efficiency, reduce energy usage, and lower operating costs at commercial aquaculture facilities in Florida.
Learn about the Renewable Energy Tax Incentives Program and how eligible Florida businesses can apply. All forms of renewable energy in Florida, including biomass, solar energy, geothermal energy, wind energy, ocean energy, waste heat and hydroelectric power, are eligible.
Learn more about the Natural Gas Fuel Fleet Vehicle Rebate Program and how to apply. Eligible businesses, local governments, universities and school boards can receive up to $25,000 per vehicle for purchasing, leasing or converting fleet vehicles to natural gas.
The purpose of the permitting process is to control the introduction into, or movement within, Florida of plant species intended for plantings and to establish procedures under which the field release of such are permitted.
Learn more about the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficient Technologies Grant Program and how to apply. Businesses and universities can apply for state match funding to conduct demonstration, commercialization, research and development projects relating to renewable energy technologies and innovative technologies that significantly increase energy efficiency for vehicles and commercial buildings.