• 2nd Chances Voter Initiative (Check the Blog for details)

Final Info meeting on 8/19/17; great turnout at the Casselberry branch of the SC Public library!

Our partners include Seminole Soil and Water Conservation District, Citizens Climate Lobby, Seminole Audubon and Central Florida Sierra Club.  

Seminole Solar Kick-off!

Our members are clamoring for ways to get involved; we are going to expand our menu of options!  In July  we held our first “Monday Matters & Merlot.”  Our next  Monday Matters will be held in October; stay tuned for  final details, then join us for an invigorating, issue-driven Happy Hour.  Of course there will be snacks and a beverage!


We DID IT! We hoped to have 200 members in our co-op; we exceeded our expectations! Now members are receiving their quotes, getting their permits, and some have already begun their installations!
Neighbors in Seminole County formed a solar co-op to save money and make going solar easier, while at the same time building a network of solar supporters. Co-op members worked with the support of FL SUN as they went solar.  By going solar together as a group, the co-op got a discount through its bulk purchasing power, saving an average of 20 percent compared to the cost of an individual installation. The group used a competitive bidding process and selected a single company chosen by the co-op to install systems on members’ homes.  Each participant signed their own contract at the group discount. FL SUN works with participants to educate them about solar and acts as a consumer advocate throughout the process.

For additional information, email or call:
Angela DeMonbreun
FL SUN Co-op Program Director
angela@flsun.org
904-351-8570

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