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1 September

Yes, Amendment 4 Passed In State of Florida! Brighter Solar Future For State of Florida!

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Below is a repost from our sister publication, Windermere Sun.

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Firework, by Saifon Narongrat (brought to you by WindermereSun.com)

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The votes are in. Amendment 4 passed with the vast majority of Floridians across the state voting YES to support solar power in the Sunshine State (at 73% vs. 27% margin, the measure needs 60% to win)! The victory would not have been possible without the effort of  thousands of volunteers and organizations throughout Florida that worked tirelessly to get the necessary votes. Thank you for all of your dedication and support.

This is a huge step to usher the Sunshine State from being blocked

Sun blocked by clouds, by Windermere Sun-Susan Sun Nunamaker

Sun blocked by clouds, by Windermere Sun-Susan Sun Nunamaker

into the Solar Energy Age and on the way in becoming a leader in the solar industry!

Sun is shining, no longer blocked by clouds, by Windermere Sun-Susan Sun Nunamaker

Sun is shining, no longer blocked by clouds, by Windermere Sun-Susan Sun Nunamaker

Amendment 4 will help Floridians to lower energy costs by reducing the tax burden for solar equipment. With lower taxes for homeowners and businesses, more solar energy development is anticipated for Floridians to lock in energy savings, create jobs, spur economic development, and bring much needed diversity to Florida’s energy mix!

Solar Panels Reflecting the Sky, by Debbie Mous, brought to you by WindermereSun.com

Solar Panels Reflecting the Sky, by Debbie Mous, brought to you by WindermereSun.com

Solar Growth by huntr004, brought to you by WindermereSun.com

Solar Growth by huntr004, brought to you by WindermereSun.com

This is just the beginning of opening up Solar in the Sunshine State! If you are interested in supporting good solar policy and defend against anti-solar attacks in the future, click here to request a vote-by-mail ballot this November-become a Florida Solar Voter today.

Solar Panels by Neville Mecallef, brought to you by WindermereSun.com

Solar Panels by Neville Mecallef, brought to you by WindermereSun.com

Now, Floridians, please remember to Vote “No” for Amendment 1 on November 8 because it’s  a Trojan Horse that the utility companies are using to block further solar development. More on Amendment 1 in a future post.

 


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