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Ciel & Terre and D3 Energy install 31.5 kWp floating array in Florida

The project is the first in partnership with the Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) and the largest floating solar photovoltaic system in Florida to date.

Air Force, Navy march toward a solar future                   

Coronal Energy and Gulf Power joined forces to break ground on a combined 120 MW at Eglin Air Force Base and Naval Air Station Pensacola.

Sunnova broadens its zero-down loan reach

The EZ Own Loan program is designed to capitalize on the increasing desire of residential solar customers to own their systems without worrying about the trouble of maintaining them.

The solar coaster: pv magazine USA’s 2016 year in review

With massive market growth, the bankruptcy of SunEdison and the election of a pro-coal climate denier as president, 2016 really was the best and the worst of times.

FPL to put online Florida’s first large utility-scale solar plants

Three solar projects at 74.5 MW-AC each will replace a 250 MW coal-fired power plant which the utility plans to shut down.

SolarCity move shows Florida is open for business

In the wake of two pro-solar voter decisions this year, the country’s most well-known residential solar installer has swooped in to capitalize on the state’s suddenly pro-solar climate

GTM Research: Purchases to overtake third-party residential solar in 2017

GTM Research expects the declining market share of residential solar leasing and power purchase agreements to continue in coming years, with loans and direct purchases overtaking third-party solar as the dominant market in 2017.

Florida’s Amendment 1 fails in enormous win for solar

The utility-supported anti-solar constitutional amendment needed 60 percent to pass — and struggled to break 50 percent instead

From the editor: Big choices

Next Tuesday’s elections are a big deal for the solar industry – including key policy contests and races in Florida, Arizona and Nevada.

Florida follies: Utilities continue to fund fake pro-solar Amendment 1

One week before the vote, Florida’s utilities continue to pour millions of dollars to support the constitutional amendment they created

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