How Florida votes on Election Day will determine whether Amendment 1 results in success for the utilities that have spent $20+ million backing this ‘deceptive’ attack on rooftop solar, or a David versus Goliath win for solar supporters. Regardless of...
Where is the National Black Chamber of Commerce getting its money to attack solar power in Florida? And is it breaking the law?
National Black Chamber of Commerce contributed money to Consumers for Smart Solar through a lobbying arm of the organization that was revoked by the IRS
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
Deletions started to occur after leaked audio sufaced of JMI revealing the true intentions behind Amendment 1
A corporate rebrand won't rid Southern Company of its history of misinforming the public on climate change, or their forthcoming problems with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Southern Company's Kemper scandal illustrates that investments in carbon capture and storage technology and “clean coal” have wasted billions of dollars, remain too expensive, and are not viable options to decarbonize our electricity sector.
Public frustrations of construction work in progress laws have not been limited to Mississippi. Utility companies throughout the country have been benefiting from this policy for years, and Kemper is just the latest example.
Wisconsin Energy Corp. CEO, Gale Klappa, President of Global Warming Misinformation Campaign Earlier In His Career
The Information Council on the Environment was created as a front group for coal and utility interests to “reposition global warming as theory (not fact).”