13
NOV
2017

TECO solar farm in Lake Alfred hits roadblock

LAKE ALFRED – The City Commission on Monday threw shade on a proposed TECO solar farm. The Lake Alfred Commission voted 4-1 to accept a land-use...
27
OCT
2017

Sarasota County uses plan to help homeowners finance solar panels, hurricane shutters

Sarasota County is enacting a state authorized program that will enable property owners to pay for...
27
OCT
2017

Electric utility in Florida lobbies against solar for regular people, but uses it for its own portfolio

A recent press release by FPL (formerly Florida Power and Light) talks highly of on-going solar construction. FPL...
27
OCT
2017

Jacksonville utility dismantles net metering while pursuing utility-scale solar

Yesterday the board of Jacksonville Electric Authority (JEA) approved a new, multifaceted solar program, which...
27
OCT
2017

New Florida muni solar program cuts NEM rates, includes battery storage incentives

Dive Brief: The Jacksonville Electric Authority Board of Directors last week approved a wide-rangin...
20
OCT
2017

JEA shakes up solar policies

JEA unanimously approved Tuesday policies to increase the authority’s reliance on solar energy, to cut an incentive for homeowners to install solar panels...
16
OCT
2017

JEA eyes major solar expansion amid thorny debate

JEA is set to unveil a sweeping solar-power program Tuesday that would dramatically increase the utility’s investment in solar panels and...
09
OCT
2017

U.S. Solar Industry Could Be Decimated If Suniva/SolarWorld Win Trade Case

Oct 5, 2017 at 10:25AM Tuesday was the day bankrupt Suniva and SolarWorld made their case to the International Trad...
25
SEP
2017

They Voted For Trump. Obama’s Solar Panels Saved Them From Irma’s Wrath.

Hurricane Irma knocked out the power while residents of the Florida town of Titusville sought shelter inside Apollo Elementary School. But...
01
SEP
2017

St. Petersburg’s solar ordinance goes into cold storage

ST. PETERSBURG — A controversial proposal to require that solar panels be installed on all new residential construction will likely be...