The Guardian reports:
The biggest power company in the US is pushing policy changes that would hamstring rooftop solar power in Florida, delivering legislation for a state lawmaker to introduce, according to records obtained by the Miami Herald and Floodlight.
Florida Power & Light (FPL), whose work with dark money political committees helped secure Republican control of the state Senate, is lobbying to hollow out net metering, a policy that lets Florida homeowners and businesses offset the costs of installing solar panels by selling power back to the company.
Revealed: the Florida power company pushing legislation to slow rooftop solar https://t.co/WUTNgKHfMW
— Guardian Environment (@guardianeco) December 20, 2021