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We Are The Sunshine State..We Need Solar Energy..
Don't Be Fooled..
Be Informed on this Voting on Amendment 1..
Read what has been written..
Vote No on Amendment 1..
"...voting yes hurts solar energy’s expansion across Florida. It will remove the incentive that encourages people to take on the big up-front costs of installing solar in their homes and businesses. And it will set the stage for utility companies to monopolize solar energy down the line.
This is what it means to vote —
Mechanisms that bring down the cost of solar for individuals and businesses go away. Their solar costs go up over time, making it less likely they’ll try it out. This positions utility companies for having a monopoly on solar energy.
Everything stays the same. Individuals and businesses with solar continue getting credit in their power bills for solar power they produce.
Back in August, 73 percent of Florida voters approved another amendment that promotes solar. Clearly we’re all about expanding it. Utility companies noticed — and designed a ballot item meant to sound pro-solar. It’s working, because polling shows that 66 percent of Florida voters say they support it. How could Floridians be both pro-solar and support this measure? Let’s break it down.
Here’s what you’ll see on your ballot:
NO. 1 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ARTICLE X, SECTION 29
Rights of Electricity Consumers Regarding Solar Energy Choice
This amendment establishes a right under Florida’s constitution for consumers to own or lease solar equipment installed on their property to generate electricity for their own use. State and local governments shall retain their abilities to protect consumer rights and public health, safety and welfare, and to ensure that consumers who do not choose to install solar are not required to subsidize the costs of backup power and electric grid access to those who do. The amendment is not expected to result in an increase or decrease in any revenues or costs to state and local government.
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