10 Feb, 2018

New Florida City Will Produce its Own Power and Run Self-Driving Buses

Daniel Shoer Roth of the Miami Herald dubbed Babcock Ranch as the city of the future in a recent feature about our solar energy initiatives and self-driving shuttles.

The city of the future will not be the cold metal domes or Mars settlements of science fiction movies. It will be a community of 19,500 homes surrounded by thousands of acres of green space and capable of producing its own energy — in total harmony with the environment.

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10 Feb, 2018 / BY The Ledger

New Florida City Will Produce its Own Power and Run Self-Driving Buses

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9 Feb, 2018 / BY Wink News

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2 Feb, 2018 / BY Herald Tribune

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31 Jan, 2018 / BY Miami Herald

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