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Why It’s So Hard to Get Solar in Florida (That’d Be the Sunshine State)

To make solar panels affordable, many rooftop solar users sell excess electricity back onto the grid. But not all states allow for that. The post Why It’s So Hard to Get Solar in Florida (That’d Be the Sunshine State) appeared first on WIRED.
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