I recently learned that FSEC lost one of its main hydrogen researchers to Brown University. Additionally, I have it on good authority that the Kennedy Space Center will allow a great many of its best minds to leave when the shuttle program ends. Many of these folks would be a very good fit to keep the sun in the Sunshine State.
I advocate the Interstate Traveler Hydrogen Superhighway (HyRail) as a comprehensive solution because it would be solar and provide thousands of green jobs for Florida. I am a partner in the Interstate Traveler Company and already have a commitment from the company founder to build in Orlando and Tampa once general production of the system begins.
You'll find tentative route maps attached to this thread.
Let's exchange ideas. I'll also be happy to answer questions about how it will benefit the solar industry in Florida.