Tampa ranks in top 30 nationwide for solar energy capacity

By Sara Zipf The city of Tampa ranks no. 29 out of 70 major cities in the United States for solar energy capacity, a recent report by the Environment Florida Research & Policy Center reveals. At no. 19, Jacksonville is the highest listed Florida city, while Orlando comes in at no. 32, and Miami no.

One Liners Sarasota & Manatee: Tervis, Océane and more

►Solar Power World recognized the efforts of solar contractors across the United States in its 2020 Top Solar Contractors list, where Sarasota solar installer Brilliant Harvest earned a rank of 352, among companies from across the country, and 34th in Florida. ►Drinkware manufacturer Tervis, based in North Venice, launched wide-mouth water bottles which are now

One Liners Sarasota and Manatee: Equity Lifestyle Properties, Sunz Holdings and more

►Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast announced a new $100,000 challenge pledge, from an anonymous donor, toward the permanent protection of Orange Hammock Ranch. ►Equity Lifestyle Properties, which owns the Colony Cove mobile home community in north Manatee County, acquired 4.6 vacant acres in Ellenton for $2.2 million. ►Stratum Health System, in Sarasota, the parent