FPL SolarTogether community solar program expanded to include low-income families

FPL SolarTogether community solar program expanded to include low-income families

The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) and Vote Solar have joined with Florida Power & Light to refine the company’s SolarTogether program design to include a low-income component and request Florida Public Service Commission approval. Other supporters of FPL SolarTogether include Sustainable Florida, Broward College, Florida Atlantic University, 7-Eleven, the counties of Brevard, Broward…

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