Wind Energy in Florida
Find wind data and information in Florida, including maps, capacity, ordinances, and more.
Capacity and Generation
Installed Capacity 0 MW Source: American Wind Energy Association Market Report
Potential Capacity 38,245 MW Source: AWS Truepower, NREL
Annual Potential Generation
- 2015 75,461 GWh
- 2020 84,394 GWh
- 2030 95,631 GWh
- 2050 98,331 GWh
Policies & Incentives
1 local wind energy ordinance
Wind Education & Training
Career training and projects at schools in Florida.
Wind for Schools Project Locations
Florida Offices and Organizations
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The Office of Energy evaluates energy-related studies, analyses, and stakeholder input in order to recommend energy policies and programs that will move Florida toward a more diverse portfolio. Using available state and federal funds, the office develops and manage energy efficiency, renewable energy, and energy education programs throughout the state.
The mission of the Southeastern Wind Coalition is to advance the wind industry in ways that result in net economic benefits to industry, utilities, ratepayers, and citizens of the Southeast. The coalition focuses on supply chain growth, economic development, job growth, and wind energy development in the region with solutions that are beneficial to industry and utilities and result in net economic benefits to citizens and ratepayers.