By Clark Mindock (Sept. 10, 2021, 7:55 p.m. EDT) – A solar power cooperative organizer has no authority to sue over a Florida utility's decision to reduce the amount it would use to buy back electricity from Private customers with solar panels pays. A Sunshine State appeals court has ruled.
A three-person Florida appeals court said Solar United Neighbors (SUN) had produced virtually no evidence that JEA, the city of Jacksonville's municipal electric utility, did material direct damage to the group in overhauling their grid measurement policy in 2018. This policy cut the amount JEA paid customers with solar panels for their excess electricity in one …
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