Genesis Project Wins TBRPC Going Green Award


Genesis Project Wins TBRPC Going Green Award

Posted on 2011-03-18 by Craig H. Anderson

Genesis is proud to announce that the Tampa Bay Region Planning Council (TBRPC) has selected our Infinitus Renewable Energy Park (IREP) project for the 2010 Going Green! Award.

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The Infinitus Renewable Energy Park (IREP) is an approved large scale Renewable Energy Production, Industrial and Research project being developed on a 3,000 acre former phosphate mining site in eastern Hillsborough County. IREP will generate renewable power and products; stimulate the Tampa Bay Area economy by creating hundreds of needed full-time jobs; perpetuate its long-term growth and success by promoting innovative research in sustainable technologies and uses; and collaborate with regional institutions to create the educational programs that provide practical experience in the sustainable energy fields and industries; all while working hand-in-hand with the local community and consciously integrating IREP into the area environment.

Infinitus Renewable Energy Park - TBRPC Award
Bruce Kaschyk (second from right) & Kevin Mineer (first on left) were in attendance to receive the award.

Bruce Kaschyk, AICP, a Senior Vice-President with Genesis and the Tampa Division Manager is the Project Manager for this project

The Going Green! Award was awarded for IREP based on following criteria:

  • Regional quality of life benefit
  • Benefit to environment
  • Innovation
  • Cost effectiveness
  • Capacity for continuing impact
  • Regional benefit

The Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council, (TBRPC) is an association of local governments and gubernatorial representatives which brings together governments to coordinate planning for the community’s future and provide an opportunity for sharing solutions among the 43 jurisdictions in the Tampa Bay region. Included are Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, and Pinellas counties as well as the municipalities of Bradenton, Clearwater, Dade City, Dunedin, Gulfport, Largo, New Port Richey, Oldsmar, Palmetto, Pinellas Park, Plant City, Safety Harbor, St. Petersburg, St. Pete Beach, Seminole, South Pasadena, Tampa, Tarpon Springs, Temple Terrace, and Treasure Island. --

We thank the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council for this honor and for the privilege of serving this community for nearly twenty-five (25) years.

For information on the Infinitus Renewable Energy Park project: