The Sunshine State should be a world leader in solar energy production. Instead, we're home to dirty and obsolete coal plants like Duke Energy's Crystal River.
But we have an opportunity to change that. Duke has already admitted that it would cost more to continue running these units than to retire them. So the question is not if Florida will move beyond coal, but when and how.
Duke's leadership, including their new CEO Lynn Good, are beginning to listen as Sierra Club joins with allies in the business, labor, health and faith communities in the Sunshine State Clean Energy Coalition. Join us as we officially launch the coalition with a rally right across from Duke headquarters in St. Petersburg.
WHO: Sierra Club, labor, faith, business and other allies, local elected officials and you!
WHAT: Launch of the Sunshine State Clean Energy Coalition, rally across from Duke headquarters
WHEN: Wednesday, November 13, 10:00 a.m.
WHERE: Williams Park, directly across from Duke's offices at 299 1st Avenue North, St Petersburg, FL [Map]
Questions: Contact Julia Hathaway at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (727) 824-8813 ext. 309
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