FLORIDA PHOTOVOLTAIC BUILDINGS PROGRAM: STATUS REPORT, OBSERVATIONS AND LESSONS LEARNED
The Florida PV Buildings Program is a collaborative effort among the Florida Energy Office of the Department of Community Affairs (FEO/DCA), Sandia National Laboratories, the photovoltaic industry, nine end-user groups, and the Florida Solar Energy Center. It complements the federal government's Million Solar Roofs Initiative (MSRI), which calls for one million solar installations in the U.S. by 2010. Based on the present level of activity and assuming a relatively small growth rate, it is estimated that approximately 140,000 solar pool and domestic water heating systems will be installed in Florida by 2010, as well as 20,000 utility-interactive rooftop photovoltaic systems.
Florida Solar Energy Center and Szaro, Jennifer, "FLORIDA PHOTOVOLTAIC BUILDINGS PROGRAM: STATUS REPORT, OBSERVATIONS AND LESSONS LEARNED" (2000). FSEC Energy Research Center®. 658.