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Sunnova’s Solar Lease Coming to Sunshine State

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The third party solar company has begun offering its solar finance agreements in Florida after the state regulators rule that a 20-year fixed lease is legal in the state and SB90 passed.

Municipal Utilities Expand Solar Operations Florida Deal

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Solar power will be coming to 12 municipal utilities throughout Florida, under a groundbreaking agreement detailed Friday at the Florida Solar Energy Center in Cocoa.

As part of what’s being called the Florida Municipal Solar Project, utilities from Jacksonville Beach to Key West will receive solar power from three “solar farms” that will be built at sites in Orange and Osceola counties.

 

Tim Hughes is an attorney in the Solar Industry Practice Group at Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP, where he monitors regulatory developments and market trends and provides experienced counsel and representation in the development, financing, and construction of solar power systems.

 

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