I think this is a pretty good sign of things to come--a conservative group in Florida is pushing to increase access to solar power via a ballot initiative to allow businesses and property owners to generate and sell solar power. This makes a lot of sense for Florida, which doesn't naturally have a lot of fossil fuel sources to begin with but does get a lot of sun, and uses a lot of electricity for air conditioning, having a special climate that combines the heat of Texas with the humidity of Philadelphia.
I like that instead of adding a regulation, the idea involves easing up regulations, and creating choices for consumers in a way that makes a fairer market. Along with recently introduced legislation proposing a state ban on fracking, it shows that there's a local interest in protecting the environment (especially the aquifer, delicate wetlands, and the beaches). I hope they get somewhere with it.