Center for Property Rights

Pol⁠i⁠⁠t⁠⁠i⁠co — Repor⁠t⁠ says solar amendmen⁠t⁠ could cos⁠t⁠ u⁠t⁠⁠i⁠l⁠i⁠⁠t⁠y cus⁠t⁠omers $1B per year

By: The James Madison Institute / 2015

“Report says solar amendment could cost utility customers $1B per year”
By Bruce Ritchie
December 16, 2015TALLAHASSEE — A proposed solar energy constitutional amendment could cost utility ratepayers statewide more than $1 billion a year within three years of voter approval, according a policy brief the James Madison Institute is scheduled to release Wednesday morning.The proposed Floridians for Solar Choice amendment would eliminate regulatory barriers to the sale of solar energy. Energy can now be sold in Florida only by regulated utilities.Read the full article here: