SB 1024 has the potential to set Florida’s rooftop solar industry back for nearly a decade, if not decimate it entirely.
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Despite obvious benefits to both customers and utilities, in Florida, net metering is under attack – AGAIN!
We are happy to report that Florida’s Public Service Commission does not, at this time, appear to have the intention of weakening NEM.
With the added – often significant – energy demands resulting from people staying home due to the coronavirus and warmer than average temperatures, those who utilize solar power may be asking at year’s end, “Where did my net metering credits go?”
A new attack is building on the solar industry: the extreme reduction or eliminating net metering benefits (the credits earned by solar adopters for energy sent to the grid from solar power) by electric co-ops throughout Florida. Unlike the major utilities, such as FP&L, Duke Energy and the Florida Municipal Power Agency, co-ops do not Read More >
If you have a solar energy system, then you are the beneficiary of net metering. If you’re not quite sure what that means, keep reading for understanding net metering in Florida, we’re happy to explain. In Florida, net metering rules were adopted in 2008. Net metering allows utility customers who connect approved, renewable generation systems Read More >