FPL Announces Start Of Operations Of Solar Power Plant In Miami-DadeFlorida Power & Light announced Thursday the start of operations at its first solar power plant in Miami-Dade County.
FPL Seeks Extension Of Voluntary Solar ProgramFlorida Power & Light asked state regulators Friday to extend a program in which customers can voluntarily pay $9 a month to boost small-scale solar energy projects.
Solar Energy Becoming Increasingly Popular In Florida As Homeowners Save Money On Power BillThe United States installed more solar energy than any other source of electricity in the first quarter of this year. 
Solar Industry On Edge As Trump Weighs Tariffs On PanelsSome in the U.S. solar-power industry are on edge as President Donald Trump weighs a decision on whether or not to put tariffs on imported panels. 
New Florida City To Produce Its Own Power, Have Self-Driving BusesThe city of the future may not have cold metal domes but instead be in the warm Sunshine state.
US Mayors Push Back Against President Trump On Climate ChangeWhile Republicans and Democrats in Washington deeply divided over how to deal with climate change, the mayors of more than 250 cities are taking a stand.
Florida House Solar Bill Drawing HeatA hotly debated topic in Tallahassee over the past few years has been that of solar energy.
Justices Reject Effort To Block Solar AmendmentFlorida's Supreme Court dismissed legal moves aimed at striking down a solar-energy amendment backed by major utilities.
Political 'Jiu-Jitsu' Lights Up Amendment 1 FightSolar-energy supporters fighting a proposed constitutional amendment on the November ballot expressed outrage Wednesday after a policy director for a Tallahassee-based think tank was caught on tape discussing utility-industry efforts to deceive voters.
Supporters, Opponents Put Light Between Solar Measures Backers and opponents of a solar-energy proposal on the November ballot aren't making any predictions.
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.