22
SEP
2020

We live to fight another day.

We live to fight another day.   On Thursday, September 17, the Florida Public Service Commission (FLPSC) held an informational workshop to open a dialogue on...
22
SEP
2020

Legislator opens door for regulators to weaken rule that helps rooftop solar market

A freshman Republican legislator from the Tampa area has come to the aid of Florida’s powerful utility...
22
SEP
2020

Major Florida rooftop solar incentive won’t change yet

Florida’s primary incentive for installing rooftop solar panels won’t be in for major changes for at least a year. The Florida Public...
22
JUL
2020

Solar power industry grows in NCFL, Ocala and Alachua to start providing solar to customers soon

OCALA, Fla. (WCJB) – A pair of utilities in North Central Florida will soon be offering...
12
FEB
2020

Utilities Dominate Florida’s Large-Scale Solar Market. Installations Are Booming Anyway

In Florida, the creep of new solar installations has become inescapable, according to local solar...
24
JAN
2020

State Supreme Court rejects energy choice ballot language. It won’t get voted on in 2020.

TALLAHASSEE Floridians won’t have the chance to vote on a constitutional amendment this fall that...
06
JAN
2020

N.A.A.C.P. Tells Local Chapters: Don’t Let Energy Industry Manipulate You

When utilities around the country have wanted to build fossil-fuel plants, defeat energy-efficiency proposals or slow...
04
OCT
2019

Nikki Fried unveils sustainable energy legislative package

Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried on Thursday unveiled a sustainable energy legislative package for the upcoming Legislative...
12
AUG
2019

Trees or solar panels? JPMorgan plans to chop 150 trees at Seminole parking lots for solar canopies

JPMorgan Chase, the largest bank in the U.S., plans to chop down 150 large shade trees...
06
AUG
2019

Long shadow of large utilities blots Florida’s solar expansion

ST. PETERSBURG — Florida calls itself the Sunshine State. But when it comes to the use of solar power, it trails 19 states,...