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FPL is Re-Launching Solar Rebate
FPL Solar Rebate Launch on May 3, 2012
April 18, 2012
FPL is re-launching the very popular $2.00 per watt solar electric rebate program this coming Thursday, May 3, 2012. Available funds are expected to be exhausted with in minutes.
TECO to Launch Rebate on April 17, 20112
Tampa Electric is Re-Launching Solar Rebate
April 11, 2012
Tampa Elecric (TECO) is launching a solar electric rebate application at 8:00 AM on April 17, 2012. Funds are expected to exhausted in seconds.
Electric bills soar $300 in 5 years
Sustained increase largest since 1970s
by Dennis Cauchon - USA Today
December 13, 2011
Electric bills have skyrocketed in the last five years, a sharp reversal from a quarter-century when Americans enjoyed stable power bills even as they used more electricity.
December 12, 2011
With the filing of HB 779 by Representative Burgin, Florida businesses now have a chance to support and pass legislation that will allow for a simple, cost free way to develop renewable energy in Florida. But as expected, the Investor Owned Utility assault machine is starting to gear up for attack.
FPL, TECO, & Progress Solar Rebate Programs
September 12, 2011
Starting October 3rd through October 5th, TECO, Progress Energy, and FPL will offer cash rebates to customers who install photovoltaic (PV) systems in their homes or businesses. The rebates are part of a five-year pilot program approved by the Florida Public Service Commission.
Tampa Electric gets Florida Public Service Commission approval to expand energy-efficiency programs and incentives
by TECO Dec. 1, 2010
The new programs, to be available to customers in the first quarter of 2011, include $1.5 million in incentives Tampa Electric will offer each year for five years to help customers install photovoltaic (PV) solar systems and solar water heating.
Progress Energy Florida to launch expanded solar energy program March 15
by Progress Energy Jan. 31, 2011
Enhanced SunSense® program includes new incentives for solar photovoltaic systems.
Renewable Energy Industry Breathes Sigh of Relief
Tax Credits Extended: Renewable Energy Industry Breathes Sigh of Relief
by Graham Jesmer and Stephen Lacey, Staff Writers
Washington, D.C., United States [RenewableEnergyWorld.com]
After a disastrous few weeks on Wall Street, the renewable energy industry has come out a winner.
The Silver Lining to No RPS
The Florida Legislature ended its 2009 Legislative Session on Friday, May 8.
Solar Rebate Update
Thousands of solar energy customers are in line to receive rebates from the state under a new law (Chapter Law: 2010-282) passed November 16 by the Legislature and immediately signed into law by the governor.