If Mr. Eric Eikenberg, the Executive Director of an organization called The Everglades Foundation can characterize FPL and NextEra in the manner he did for the people of Hawaii, FPL has graduated from Master Obfuscator to Master Deceiver.
How do the people on the street combat such self-serving action by an official monopoly? Does FPL’s franchise include total disregard for the best interests of our fragile ecosystem and the climatological events challenging the survival of the planet? If FPL cannot figure out how to produce energy without befouling our ecology, and reducing demand on the grid with decentralized production of renewable energy, it is time to put the contract up for bid to find companies which can; New York state has over twenty power companies many of which use only renewable energy. How long do we have to be bullied and controlled by NextEra/FPL and its Tallahassee and local lackeys? Can the electorate and constituents of the right be so uninformed and unaware of how they are being used to continue to send people to Tallahassee who really do not serve their best interests?
So, the masquerade continues: NextEra/FPL, The Everglades Foundation, co-signer of the letter Audubon's Eric Draper, the Republican Party and FPL’s phony baloney organizations and programs are fine, self-less, altruistic, leading and respected guardians and protectors of the environment and of trouble free energy. And I am Napoleon.
Barry J. White
Citizens Allied for Safe Energy, Inc./CASE - Miami