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{{Nofl2014}}{{tnr}}The '''Florida Renewable Energy Tax Exemption Amendment''' will not appear on the [[Florida 2014 ballot measures|November 4, 2014 ballot]] in [[Florida]] as a {{lrcafull}}. The measurewould have revised the [[Florida Legislature|legislature]]’s ability to exempt the value of renewable energy source devices from consideration in determining the assessed value of real property by removing a restriction that limits such exemptions to residential property only and, in lieu, limiting such exemptions to end-use customers in situations where the renewable energy device is utilized to offset the customer’s electricity demands.<ref name=text>[http://flsenate.gov/Session/Bill/2014/0916/BillText/Filed/PDF ''Florida Senate'', "SJR 916," accessed February 26, 2014]</ref>
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{{Nofl2014}}{{tnr}}The '''Florida Renewable Energy Tax Exemption Amendment''' will not appear on the [[Florida 2014 ballot measures|November 4, 2014 ballot]] in [[Florida]] as a {{lrcafull}}. The measure would have revised the [[Florida Legislature|legislature]]’s ability to exempt the value of renewable energy source devices from consideration in determining the assessed value of real property by removing a restriction that limits such exemptions to residential property only and, in lieu, limiting such exemptions to end-use customers in situations where the renewable energy device is utilized to offset the customer’s electricity demands.<ref name=text>[http://flsenate.gov/Session/Bill/2014/0916/BillText/Filed/PDF ''Florida Senate'', "SJR 916," accessed February 26, 2014]</ref>
  
 
The amendment was introduced into the [[Florida Legislature]] by [[Jeff Brandes|Sen. Jeff Brandes]] (R-22) as Senate Joint Resolution 916.<ref name=text/>
 
The amendment was introduced into the [[Florida Legislature]] by [[Jeff Brandes|Sen. Jeff Brandes]] (R-22) as Senate Joint Resolution 916.<ref name=text/>

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The Florida Renewable Energy Tax Exemption Amendment will not appear on the November 4, 2014 ballot in Florida as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment. The measure would have revised the legislature’s ability to exempt the value of renewable energy source devices from consideration in determining the assessed value of real property by removing a restriction that limits such exemptions to residential property only and, in lieu, limiting such exemptions to end-use customers in situations where the renewable energy device is utilized to offset the customer’s electricity demands.[1]

The amendment was introduced into the Florida Legislature by Sen. Jeff Brandes (R-22) as Senate Joint Resolution 916.[1]

See Energy policy in Florida for a full explanation of energy policy across the state.

Path to the ballot

See also: Amending the Florida Constitution

The amendment was introduced into the legislature on February 6, 2014. The Florida Legislature can put a proposed amendment on the ballot upon a sixty percent majority vote in both the legislative chambers via a joint resolution. The measure died in the Senate Judiciary Committee on May 2, 2014.[2]

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