Lakeland Electric customers can receive a refund of up to $4,000 thanks to the Lakeland Electric Solar Battery Rebate.
The devastating and corrupt solar bill that was set to destroy net metering in Florida has been vetoed by Governor Ron DeSantis! In a major win for solar freedom and the future of clean energy in the state, Gov. DeSantis stood firm against the utility-backed bill. DeSantis Vetoes Florida Solar Bill The (HB 741) bill would have ended net metering in Florida, allowing utilities to charge solar customers, despite their solar energy sharing. Net metering is a system where electrical companies pay solar owners for the excess energy that they share with the grid. This energy is redistributed to non-solar customers. Utility companies used this solar bill as an attack on the rising Florida solar industry. Documents revealed that Florida … Continue reading “Florida Solar Bill Vetoed! Net Metering Is Saved!”
Join the ‘Save Our Solar’ Rally in Tallahassee! – On Feb 8th
Calling all Florida solar customers, installers, employees and clean energy supporters – join us at the ‘Save our Solar’ rally at the Capitol, Tallahassee on February 8th! Can’t make it? Join in virtually to get your voice heard and SAVE our Solar! What Is the ‘Save Our Solar’ Rally? Organized by Florida Solar Energy Industries Association (FLASEIA), we’ll be amongst a crowd of hundreds of people who will peacefully rally and protest against the radical changes that are set to destroy the Florida solar industry. Attending this rally will demonstrate to legislators how much we all care about saving Florida solar! It’s time to let legislators know that the people of Florida are not in support of the utility power … Continue reading “Join the ‘Save Our Solar’ Rally in Tallahassee! – On Feb 8th”
The City of Dunedin solar rebates are now available for residents and businesses who want to install solar panels.
Shocking news has emerged that Florida’s largest utility conspired against Florida solar power.
Florida Solar’s net metering is under attack following a new bill filed with the state legislature, which would significantly impact Florida’s net metering program.