Not the sunshine state: why is Florida so far behind with solar energy? – video

By Laurence Mathieu-Léger, Oliver Milman, and Michael Landsberg Despite its Sunshine State moniker, Florida is barely harnessing its bountiful rays for energy, with the number of households getting solar panels not projected to squeak past 100 a year until 2021. Meanwhile, there’s a solar boom occurring in north-east states such as New York and out west in CaliforniaSunshine state shuns solar as overcast New York basks in clean energy boomContinue reading…

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