Florida Seeks 100% Renewable Electricity By 2050

May 03, 2022 No Comments by

Under a proposed rule that was just unveiled by the state’s agriculture commissioner, Florida utilities would gradually increase their electricity to 100% renewable by 2050. The rule was announced following pressure from young people represented by the nonprofit Our Children’s Trust who filed a petition seeking the proposal. The rule is not final and could face several challenges. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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Trammell Crow’s $600M Solar Deal Is The Latest In A Wave For Industrial Spaces

Apr 05, 2022 No Comments by

Trammell Crow has agreed to partner with Altus Power Inc. to install solar panels on 35M SF of Trammell’s industrial portfolio by 2026, It is the latest acknowledgment from an industrial real estate holder that solar has become an attractive amenity for its buildings as tenants and investors alike demand a focus on sustainability. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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Should Hotel Owners Brace For Higher Tax Assessments?

Mar 02, 2022 No Comments

As we emerge from the global shutdown, the hotel and hospitality industry is coming back strong. There is also a growing sentiment among assessors throughout the country that COVID is over and we are quickly returning to prepandemic economics. This, too, can have a significant impact on assessed values. In some cases, they could double. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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Hurricane Catastrophe Fund Reform Could Save Insurance Consumers $1 Billion A Year, Backers Say

Feb 01, 2022 No Comments

Reforms recently proposed in the state Legislature could save Florida consumers $750 million to $1 billion a year in insurance costs. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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