Florida Governor Signs Bipartisan Bill to Expand Solar Incentives

Patrice Gainsbourg
Junho 20, 2017

As such, the law is expected to allow the third-party solar model to come to Florida, and solar advocates say that this will allow the nation's third-largest and second-southernmost state to become one of its largest solar markets.

While the company, which employs 1,600 people in CT and 54,000 globally, said they're not going anywhere, some CT residents aren't surprised by Scott's visit.

The ad, titled "The Price", specifically highlights how Senators Dean Heller, Jeff Flake, Ted Cruz and Gov. Rick Scott's support for the GOP health care agenda will spike costs and strip coverage from hardworking families, the DSCC states in a press release. Governor Malloy's administration has been trying, and failing, to tackle a budget deficit with an overwhelming collection of increased taxes and fees. Their job growth rate continues to lag far behind Florida and the nation, and CT has lost more adjusted gross income and people to Florida than any other state in the nation.

"Broad support from conservatives, the business community, the solar industry, and environmental organizations brought together volunteers, an array of elected officials and everyone in between, in a truly non partisan effort to bring pro solar Amendment 4 into law", stated Susan Glickman, the Florida director of Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

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A key issue he did not mention was the EU's bill for Britain to leave, which Brussels estimates at a colossal 100 billion euros. Those were, he said, the rights of expatriate citizens and problems of a new EU-UK border, notably cutting across Ireland.

"We are standing with voters in opposing a plan that is deeply unpopular in Florida, and will hold Gov. Scott accountable for his actions".

The bill also removes burdensome taxes on solar installations by exempting 80% of their value from the tangible personal property tax, and includes key consumer protection provisions. We are happy to host Mr Scott to show him a better way to serve his state, but if he's expecting anyone in CT to buy what he's selling, he's better off saving his taxpayers the cost of the trip and staying home.

Scott's visit comes as health insurer Aetna Inc. considers relocating its long-time headquarters from Hartford.

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