We’re happy to announce that Infinite Energy has started construction on a new—and long-awaited—state-of-the-art facility at our Florida headquarters.
For the third year in a row, Alachua County students battled it out with hand-built robots at the school district’s annual robotics showdown November 30.
Infinite Energy ranked #13 among the best large companies to work for in Florida. This is the fifth time we’ve been named to the annual list.
This month, Infinite Energy gave two high school students from schools in Alachua County, Florida, STEAM scholarships for $2,500.
Social media is a cheap and effective way to expand your reach to customers, whether you’re just starting or have been in the industry for years.
This week, six employees volunteered as judges at the Distributive Educational Club of America showcase (DECA) at Buchholz High School in Florida.
On Dec. 7 and 8, the best robotics teams from each public school in Alachua County, Fla., met to compete in the 2016-17 District Robotics Showdown.
For the last few weeks, employees have volunteered to judge local science fairs. Science fairs are a big part of what goes in to a well-rounded education.
Last week, Junior Achievement of Alachua County honored co-CEOs Darin Cook and Rich Blaser with its 2016 Spirit of Entrepreneurship Award.
Florida is one of only four states where utilities have a monopoly on selling solar energy. Amendment 1 would put this status quo in Florida’s Constitution.
Two hundred members of UF’s ACM club attended the first major meeting of the semester. Infinite Energy developer Dan D. was one of the night’s speakers.
The cost of generating solar power continues to decline, and those who live in sunny areas of the country are taking advantage. Now Infinite Energy is too.