'SNL' castmember Cecily Strong travels to Nevada and Florida to investigate the latest solar controversies between power companies and their customers.
Florida's four largest power companies have contributed over $20 million to the Consumers for Smart Solar campaign, also called Amendment 1.
Deceptive Amendment 1 strategy defies utilities’ codes of conduct
Florida's "Consumers for Smart Solar," the group behind the anti-solar Amendment 1, has collected only $10 from actual individual consumers. It has collected $22 million from electric utilities, fossil fuel companies and their front groups.
Deletions started to occur after leaked audio sufaced of JMI revealing the true intentions behind Amendment 1
Consumers for Smart Solar tries to delete online ties to James Madison Institute
Press Release: New Evidence that Florida Utilities Sought to Deceive Public on Anti-Solar Ballot Initiative
Florida utilities disguised anti-solar initiative as pro-solar to trick voters, state solar supporters
"use the language of promoting solar, and kind of, kind of put in these protections for consumers that choose not to install rooftop"