ONE DAY AWAY
MAY 28, 2010
FREPA 2nd Annual Legislative Session Review
AT SARASOTA HYATT
Hyatt Regency Sarasota
1000 Boulevard of the Arts,
Sarasota, Florida, USA 34236
Tel: +1 941 953 1234 Fax: +1 941 952 1987
Map and Directions
"a part of sunshine state renewable energy series"
Last year, we held a legislative session wrap-up at the Sarasota Ritz Carlton. In attendance was Representative Doug Holder, Senator Nancy Detert, Rep. Keith Fitzgerald, FREPA's good friend Susan Glickman and other key renewable energy advocates and supporters. We then held similar meetings throughout the state through September of 2009.
This meeting allowed us to decompress from the legislative session and begin thinking of strategies moving forward and opportunities ahead. While the 2010 legislative session left much to be desired for renewable energy, we believe that it also placed a clear path in front of us.The will of leading Florida policymakers with regard to this industry is now better known.
"If you care about the future of renewable energy policy in Florida, you should attend"
Key Meeting Date:
The Sarasota Ritz-Carlton
(Thursday- Friday with key meeting on Friday)
May 28, 2010
8:30 -9:00- Registration
9:00 - Welcome -
9:15- 11:15 Overview and summary of legislative session. A description of the PACE bill, recycling legislation, any changes to permitting and movements in renewable fuels policy:
Have Q & A and discuss how session impacted or made no difference and discuss strategies moving forward for:
Waste to Energy
and other technologies
Moderator: Michael Dobson
11:30 - 1:30 Florida Green Energy Initiative- Ballot intitiative for Clean Energy Fund aka Public Benefits Fund and Renewable Energy Portfoil Standards
Over view by Chair of initiative, a member of legal team and one of its campaign consultants
Confirmed- Robin Rorapaugh, "Florida Green Energy Initiative" Campaign Manager
1:45- 2:30 - Whats happening Now!
Discuss the reaction to oil drilling catastrophe with respect to state level policy opportunities, how it may impact renewable energy policy and how Florida's congressional delegation may need our help.
3:00 -4:00- Roundtable Discussion and Action Plan
Robin Rorapaugh - Florida Greeen Energy Initiative, Campaign Manager
Michael Dobson - FREPA, President
Jerry Karnas - Florida Environmental Defense, Consultant
Mike Antheil- FARE, Executive Director-Invited
Craig Williams- FREA, Executive Director- Invited
Attendance Fee: $ 55.00
* FREPA members receive an additional 15% off attendance/registration fee
Note: If you plan to attend, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com so that we will have a proper head count