The utility-supported anti-solar constitutional amendment needed 60 percent to pass — and struggled to break 50 percent instead
One week before the vote, Florida’s utilities continue to pour millions of dollars to support the constitutional amendment they created
The milestone, representing a major step forward for a company in the midst of its complicated acquisition by Tesla, highlights the challenges of public companies that depend on long-term planning.
Recording reveals a strategy to “destroy free-market energy” in the state using “deceptive” practices to fool voters, according to advocacy group Floridians for Solar Choice.
Eight states have more than 400 MW-DC of projects under construction each, showing increasing market diversification.
The measure is a first step to lifting significant obstacles to the development of solar in the Sunshine State.
This week saw three new high-profile executive appointments, Berkeley Lab’s annual report showing ongoing solar cost collapses, progress on Tesla’s acquisition of SolarCity, and more.
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