March 23rd, 10:00am The Solar Gators is an organization of about 60 UF students from a wide variety of majors. They are a design team that builds solar-powered electric vehicles and races them against teams from around the world. They are currently trying to raise about $4500 in order to […]
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March 13 – 10AM-4PM – Reclaiming Florida’s Future For All: Clean Water, Clean Air, Clean Energy – (Tallahassee) – Rethink Energy Florida is hosting an advocacy day at the Florida State Capitol (400 Monroe Street, Tallahassee FL 32301)! We are advocating to protect Florida’s clean water, support renewable energy, and […]
February 7th, 2019 General Meeting Social 7:00pm, Presentation begins at 7:30pm LifeSouth 4039 W Newberry Rd Gainesville, FL 32607 Directions Please join us in welcoming the Solar Gators, a University of Florida design team that builds and races solar cars. Their team spends one semester designing an electric and solar […]
Patrick Gilmartin Video on Ready for 100 Monday, January 14th, 2019, 7:00pm Civic Media Center, 433 S Main St, Gainesville We will be using Patrick Gilmartin’s video debut on January 14th to kick off the 2019 Gainesville Ready for 100% Clean Renewable Energy Campaign. Patrick has spent the last semester interviewing […]
The local SunPlugged Alachua Solar Tour, is being organized by the Suwannee-St. Johns Group Sierra Club, League of Women Voters of Gainesville/Alachua County, and LAMP. There are eight unique solar open houses happening around Alachua County, including sites with EVs and ground-mounted systems! A family-friendly after party is taking place […]
June 29, 2018 Letter from Mike Dew, Secretary of the FDOT From FDOT Secretary, Mike Dew: “At this time, the Department will postpone the recommendations from the Coastal Connector planning study and increase our resolve to implement the I-75 task force recommendations aimed to provide relief to existing traffic on […]
Last year, the Florida Legislature passed a bill, pushed by special interests, which seeks to take governance of our publicly-owned utility away from the City of Gainesville and to create an unaccountable governing board. Under this new “Authority,” GRU would operate like a private corporation, completely insulated from city residents […]