Customers take on Bill 1024

On February 7, 2022, a survey was released after 250 Floridians interested in solar responded. The results showed that the proposed changes to net metering will reduce the number of new solar installations in Florida by 74% but subjects weren’t thrilled about not being able to choose and having to be subject to one sole private company.

On February 3rd, 2022, SolarReviews sent a survey to Florida homeowners who requested solar quotes through the SolarReviews website within the last two years:

254 homeowners located in Florida responded to the survey.

  • 74% of respondents would no longer consider going solar in Florida if the proposal is passed that will pay net metering customers at the avoided cost rate versus the retail rate.
  • 93% of respondents would no longer consider solar if Florida changed to an avoided cost rate plan AND implemented a monthly grid participation charge.

“75% of the respondents to our survey said that their primary interest in going solar is due to reduced electricity bills, and 93% said they will not consider solar if the proposals in this bill pass – a clear sign that this bill is a bad deal for the solar industry in Florida.” According to Andy Sendy, President and Founder of