Solar in Florida has shown a lot of innovation in recent years. However, an upcoming state constitutional amendment vote could spell boom or bust for solar in the state.


The ECOreport looks at America’s most successful privately owned roofing and solar company: PetersenDean illustrates residential solar’s explosive growth.


Gulf Power proposes construction of Northwest Florida's first community solar program. Once approved, Gulf Solar Energy Share will be a 1 MW installation.


The Florida Supreme Court has approved the Floridians for Solar Choice amendment. The court ruled that the proposed solar amendment is constitutional, and can be added to the 2016 ballot if the petition receives enough signatures.


Suniva to install ground-mounted solar array at the Fernandina Beach Wastewater Treatment Facility. The company will add this to their 6.9 MW portfolio of solar wastewater projects.


Conergy moves its US headquarters from Denver to Miami. This is part of the second phase of the company's restructuring process.


American global aerospace, defense and security company Lockheed Martin is embarking on a new project with Advanced Roofing, adding solar to the Mission Systems and Training facility in Clearwater, FL.


As summer sports come to a close and winter sports get started, the NHL sustainability plan spotlights the impact of climate change on professional sports -- and how solar can help.


Florida Power & Light seeks to reduce electricity rates, now about 25% lower than U.S. average. At the same time, its proposal for a voluntary solar program with extra charge draws criticism.


PACE for commercial gets a boost from Ygrene Energy Fund, which has raised $30 million in growth capital. Ygrene is uniquea in that it provides both residential and commercial financing.