End the Solar Eclipse in the Sunshine State Because we believe the choice to harness solar power should be available to everyone, our coalition is working to place a constitutional amendment on the 2016 ballot that would give Florida’s families and businesses the right to choose solar power. VIDEO VIDEO AT ACCUSOFT INSTALLATION
Signed petitions can be mailed to:
Floridians for Solar Choice120 E. Oakland Park Blvd. Suite 105Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334
Floridians for Solar Choice is a grassroots citizens’ effort working to help more homes and businesses to generate electricity by harnessing the power of the sun.
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PETITION FORM
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Under Florida law, it is a first degree misdemeanor, punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or s. 775.08, Florida Statutes, to knowingly sign more than
one petition for an issue. [Section 104.185, Florida Statutes]
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Your Name: _________________________________________________________________________________________________
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I am a registered voter of Florida and hereby petition the Secretary of State to place the following proposed amendment to the Florida Constitution on the ballot in the
BALLOT TITLE: Limits or Prevents Barriers to Local Solar Electricity Supply
BALLOT SUMMARY: Limits or prevents government and electric utility imposed barriers to supplying
local solar electricity. Local solar electricity supply is the non-utility supply of solar generated electricity
from a facility rated up to 2 megawatts to customers at the same or contiguous property as the facility.
Barriers include government regulation of local solar electricity suppliers’ rates, service and territory, and
unfavorable electric utilit