By a large margin, Florida voters have gone to the polls to support tax breaks for solar panel installations. The message is clear that incentives will continue to play a role in expanding solar capacity.
While states like Nevada have adopted non-consumer friendly legislation, consumer awareness in others has increased to a point where the people are not catering to utilities benefiting at their expense. Homeowners are standing up to protect the opportunity for a more direct benefit to their household bottom line with tax credits and more predictable energy costs going forward.
Florida Voters Pass Amendment 4; Tax Breaks For Solar EnergyMIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) — Voters in Florida have approved a constitutional amendment that’ll provide property tax breaks for people who install solar panels on their homes. The measure is winning statewide by a huge 73 percent to 27 percent margin.Will Florida Voters Go Big for Solar? Florida Voters Pass Amendment 4; Tax Breaks For Solar Energy – CBS Local
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