Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. (March 13, 2019) – Earlier today, Florida’s largest investor-owned utility, Florida Power & Light, announced a new community solar program called SolarTogether.
In response, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy’s executive director Dr. Stephen A. Smith offered this statement:
“SACE welcomes the news of Florida Power & Light’s newly-announced SolarTogether Program. We believe this will be a significant move to provide low-cost solar power to a wider range of customers throughout Florida. We believe that this program, coupled with FPL’s previously announced 30 x 30 commitment to utility-scale solar, shows that the utility is serious about advancing solar power in Florida. This program appears to make clean, solar power more widely available in the Sunshine State. We are carefully reviewing the details of this proposal and will provide more comments as we review this filing.”
About the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy
Since 1985, the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy has worked to promote responsible energy choices to ensure clean, safe and healthy communities throughout the Southeast. Learn more at www.cleanenergy.org.