“It’s time the utilities stop spending money on political candidates and instead protect the residents of this state." - Senator Jack Latvala
Governor Rick Scott Appoints Former Legislator That Was Critical of Solar to Public Service Commission
Update: On December 4, 2017, Ritch Workman resigned after Sen. Lizbeth Benacquisto issued a statement in which she said Workman approached her from behind and “pushed his body up against me and made vulgar...
Decades before Harvey and Irma, electric utilities knew climate change could fuel more powerful storms and still funded denial
A 1987 study sponsored by the electric utility industry warned that climate change could one day fuel more powerful storms, some thirty years before hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Despite this...
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...
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
The Koch Brothers and utility-funded Consumers for Smart Solar unveiled its amendment ballot campaign, Yes on 1 for the Sun, to restrict the solar market in Florida.
The Florida Supreme Court approved the utility-funded Consumers for Smart Solar ballot for the 2016 election.