Florida slashes energy-efficiency goals and will end solar rebate programs

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Environmental groups may challenge the proposal’s legality because it would leave utilities without energy-efficiency requirements.

December 23, 2014

Florida regulators approved proposals to cut Florida's energy-efficiency goals by more than 90 percent and to end solar rebate programs by the end of 2015. The move could be headed for a court challenge, though. Environmental groups questioned whether regulators might have violated state law with a policy that leaves no energy-efficiency requirements for utilities.

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