Amendment 4 Would Make Solar Cheaper For Property OwnersVoters in sun-soaked Florida will have a chance Tuesday to decide whether to approve an amendment to the state constitution that supporters say is aimed at encouraging the use of solar energy.
Primary Proposal Could Boost Solar EnergyFlorida voters will be asked to extend to commercial and industrial properties a renewable-energy tax break.
'Smart Solar' Group Spends Heavily On AdvertisingA group seeking voter approval in November of a solar-energy ballot initiative shelled out $1.77 million this month for advertising expenses.
Solar Plane Soars During Around-The-World JourneyIt's now California or bust for a solar-powered plane on an around-the-world journey as it reached the point of no return over the Pacific Ocean after departing from Hawaii.
Solar Backers Go To Court In Petition DisputeAfter acknowledging this month that the initiative might not make the 2016 ballot, backers of a proposed solar-energy constitutional amendment have filed a federal lawsuit against a petition-gathering firm, court documents show.
Florida Lawmakers Push 'Cut And Dry' Energy PlanLawmakers are trying to keep two competing solar-energy initiatives from causing voter confusion on the 2016 ballot.
Utilities Pour Money Into Solar InitiativeThe state's four major electric utilities have spent almost $1.9 million since July in a battle of competing solar-energy ballot initiatives, according to campaign-finance records.
Supreme Court Gives Green Light To Solar Energy InitiativeThe Florida Supreme Court has approved a ballot initiative seeking to expand the use of solar energy.
Solar-Energy Initiatives Hope To Brighten Florida's FutureFlorida utilities lend their support behind a political committee pushing solar-energy for 2016.
Utilities, State Seek To Keep Solar Amendment Off BallotFlorida power companies and the state attorney general want a constitutional amendment on solar energy off of next year's ballot.
Another Proposal Heats Up Solar Energy Ballot FightA new "pro solar-energy" coalition will push for its own ballot initiative as a way to counter a separate group's proposed constitutional amendment to expand the use of solar energy in Florida.
Florida Voters May Have To Decide Between 2 Solar Energy AmendmentsVoters in the Sunshine State may have to choose between two rival proposals dealing with solar energy.

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