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The weasel worded solar power ballot question in Florida was defeated by voters, even though utilities and fossil fuel industries poured over $20 million into a campaign to defraud voters.
Vote No on Amendment 1 on the Florida ballot. It’s a scam that does exactly the opposite of what it promise to do. Don’t be taken in by this carefully crafted bait and switch effort.
Florida utilities are spending big to pass a constitutional change that would virtually eliminate rooftop solar within the state.
Originally published on CleanTechnica. Last fall, SolarLove.org noted a bump in solar growth in Manatee County, Florida, with Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) revealing 3 of solar photovoltaic (PV) projects were in development. Last week, FPL enjoyed the groundbreaking ceremony for the solar power plants. The most immediate to go online will be the FPL Babcock Ranch […]
When it comes to net metering dollars and cents for utilities, the utility bill face-off between rooftop solar champions and utilities continues to evolve. With net metering wins being achieved in states like Colorado and Nevada, owners of rooftop solar systems may not be as fortunate in states like Florida, where the development of large-scale solar […]
The Florida Supreme Court has approved an initiative for the 2016 ballot that could open up the solar power markets in Florida. Currently, Floridians can’t buy electricity from sources other than utilities. The ballot initiative wants to make it possible for them to buy electricity generated by anyone in the state who has a solar power […]
A Florida Supreme Court ruling the first week of October is a fine affirmation for commercial property owners in Florida looking to green their properties. More aptly, it is a win for all, as it is a considerable victory for the environment in the Sunshine State. Good for business — excellent. Good for energy efficiency — beautiful. And terrific for […]
Floridians for Solar Choice, a nonprofit solar power advocacy campaign, recently reported it had taken in $446,670 in new donations as of the end of September. The organization also had $211,701 cash on hand. Their main work is to promote solar power in Florida and make public policy in the state more favorable to this form of […]
The Florida Alliance for Retired Americans (FLARA) has endorsed the Solar Choice Initiative, which would help expand the solar power market in Florida. Currently, Florida law does not allow local residents or businesses to buy solar power unless it is from a utility. The Solar Choice Initiative has been proposed so anyone living in Florida […]