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Environment

Solar advocates, utilities face off over net metering legislation


In Tallahassee, lawmakers are considering legislation that utilities say is aimed at equalizing energy costs for solar and non-solar customers. Clean energy advocates say the legislation would diminish financial incentives for rooftop solar. WMFE environmental reporter Amy Green talked with Ben Millar of the Florida Solar Energy Industries Association. 
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Intersection

Intersection: Friday News Round Table


The Daytona International Speedway has locked in the last seat in its renovation ushering in a new era for the iconic motor racing venue. What does that mean for the speedway and Daytona Beach.Meanwhile, a homeless encampment in Daytona with about 100 residents gets a couple of toilets.
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