20
MAR
2019

Lawmakers want Florida to transition to 100 percent renewable energy by 2050

Two Florida lawmakers want all the energy used in the Sunshine State to come from renewable sources like solar and wind...
20
MAR
2019

Kentucky rolls back net metering, bucking recent pro-solar trend elsewhere

Dive Brief: Kentucky legislators on Thursday approved rolling back net metering for solar customers, to the...
05
MAR
2019

California Solar Rights Bill Up for March Hearing

California’s Solar Rights Bill, SB 288, is up for hearing as early within the next two months in the State Senate Committee on Energy, Utilities...
05
MAR
2019

Why California’s new solar mandate could cost new homeowners up to an extra $10,000

Starting next year, every new home built in California will have something extra on top. Recently, California became the first...
07
FEB
2019

SolSmart program helps turn around solar permits in one day

In an industry always looking for the cheapest install price, solar has a long way to go to bring down soft costs. Local governments...
25
JAN
2019

Shop for electricity? Florida voters could decide in 2020.

TALLAHASSEE A petition for a ballot measure that could potentially reinvent Florida’s electric utility industry is headed to the Florida Supreme...
02
JAN
2019

Lakeland solar policy differs from other municipalities

LAKELAND — When it comes to solar, some residents say Lakeland Electric’s policy puts them at a disadvantage compared to other electricity users...
27
DEC
2018

Coral Gables resident denied solar panels

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