FL SUN LOGOTuesday, September 6– Tallahassee, Fla. 

On the heels of the remarkable passage of Amendment 4 last week, the League of Women Voters of Florida (LWVF) and Southern Alliance for Clean Energy will be holding a teleconference on Wednesday, September 7 at 11 a.m. to announce the continuation of a citizen campaign for better public policy to increase clean renewable energy in Florida. Pamela Goodman, LWVF President, and Stephen Smith, National Executive Director of Southern Alliance for Clean Energy will announce a statewide campaign against Ballot Amendment 1 (“No in NOvember”), which will be voted on in November’s general election. Amendment 1 is a utility-backed measure that would limit the ability of individual Floridians from going solar.
“Experts tell us Florida’s sunshine gives it the potential to be among the top three states in America for solar power… Floridians can start planning for the sun to help pay their electric bills.”   President Pamela Goodman
What:   Conference call to discuss upcoming solar ballot initiative 
Who:    Pamela Goodman, President, League of Women Voters of Florida
Stephen Smith, National Executive Director, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy
Deirdre Macnab, Chair, LWVF Natural Resources/Solar
When: Wednesday, September 7, 11 A.M. EDT
Dial-in information: (641) 715-0700, Access Code 644768#

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