CEA Florida’s Kevin Doyle discusses Amendment 1 and how energy consumers benefit from access to solar energy.
When Walt Disney World hit the switch on a new 5-megawatt, 22-acre, Mickey Mouse-shaped solar energy farm, it not only powered its various hotels and theme parks. The generation hurtled Florida into its future, push-starting the Sunshine’s State advance in solar energy technology. Renewable, clean, reliable and getting increasingly more affordable, solar energy is dramatic and can change the globe, starting with the way Florida harvests and consumes electricity. So it’s imperative that we have the right set of balanced policies to ensure that its deployment is done thoughtfully and in a way that uniformly benefits all energy consumers, solar and non-solar — and foremost is policies like Amendment 1.
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