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We take great pride in our Web site and our many sister Web sites developed for specific programs and in partnerships with other agencies. Take a look at how we're reaching out through the Internet to impact energy use throughout the world.

Picture of EnergyGauge site.EnergyGauge
EnergyGauge is a user-friendly PC software tool that was created to allow simple yet detailed performance-based analysis of building energy use and perform economic analysis of proposed energy improvements. Check out this site for more information on this product.
Picture of EnergyWhiz site.EnergyWhiz
A just-for-kids site filled with activities and information about our energy programs for K-12 students.
Picture of the Improving Building Systems in Hot and Humid Climates site.Improving Building Systems in Hot and Humid Climates
This two-day conference, which presents leading research on building systems and components, equipment advances, design and construction methods and case studies.
Picture of the Infomonitors site.Infomonitors
A site dedicated to FSEC's monitoring and data analysis services and expertise.
Picture of the MyFlorida Green Building website.My Florida Greenbuilding
This Florida-specific site offers energy-saving tips, energy and water-saving calculators, rebates and incentives, green programs, and green building case studies.
Picture of the SitePower website.SitePower
Distributed generation (DG) of power has become a crucial component for our energy security. This site features case studies of DG systems.
Picture of the Southeast Green Power Network website.Southeast Green Power Network
The Southeast Green Power Network (SEGP) is a group of southeastern state agencies and nonprofit organizations committed to working together as a region to promote the development of a sustainable renewable energy infrastructure.
Picture of Southern Buildings site.Southern Energy Efficiency Center
The SEEC team is led by the Florida Solar Energy Center (FSEC) in partnership with the Southface Energy Institute (Southface) and the Energy Systems Laboratory (ESL) at Texas A&M University. These three principals represent the most knowledgeable and experienced building energy efficiency institutions and building science expertise in the South, having extensive experience in both commercial and residential buildings.
Picture of Space Coast Clean Cities site.Space Coast Clean Cities
The Space Coast Clean Cities Coalition is a Florida chapter of the U.S. DOE Clean Cities Program and has been designated as the 75th member of the program. It is administered by the Florida Solar Energy Center and is a locally-based government-industry partnership encompassing a nine-county area of Brevard, Indian River, Lake, Osceola, Okeechobee, Orange, Seminole, St. Lucie and Volusia in east central Florida.
Picture of the Utility Report Cards site.Utility Report Card
The Utility Report Card (URC) is a web-based Energy Information System that reports and graphs monthly utility data for schools. The program was developed and prototyped using Orange County Public Schools (OCPS) utility data.