Published: Tuesday, 13 September 2016 12:54
We all know the Solar issue is a hot button in our State! With the Energy companies wanting to sway us one way, there is a strong move afoot to inform the populous of options that are NOT involving the Energy companies controlling that issue. Please consider coming to this very important & informative meeting. We will have a vote on the November ballot & you need to be very aware. We all know those Amendments on Election Day are not easily understood &, if you aren’t aware of how that wording can be so confounding, you may vote opposite the way you mean to. Please consider coming to this meeting this Thursday evening! Don’t forget to sign up if you plan to attend…
Solar Coop Information Session on Thursday, Sep 15, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Unitarian Universalist Church of St. Petersburg 100 Mirror Lake Dr. N, St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Our Solar-Coop is off to a great start with 151 people already signed up. We want more participants—our goal is 200. We’re the Sunshine City! We need your help to get the word out.
We’re holding an information session on Thursday, September 15, at the Unitarian Church on Mirror Lake from 5-7 pm. Please come, and tell all your friends and neighbors to join us. If you are a member of a group, such as a neighborhood organization, a church group, or a homeowners association, please forward this information so we reach everyone who may be interested in solar panels for their rooftops. We’re saving on our installations by participating in this co-op, and with solar panels, we’ll save on our electric bills too. The Co-Op has great support from FL SUN (Florida Solar United Neighborhoods).
Sign up today for the event, or just get it on your calendar and come. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/st-pete-sol...
If you can't make the event, but are interested in the co-op, sign up here to learn more. http://www.flsun.org/st-petersburg/ You are not making a commitment to buy solar by adding your name to the list.
The League of Women Voters of the St. Petersburg Area and the State League, along with FL Sun and the Suncoast Sierra Club, are proud to participate in this project, which is going statewide.