Arkansas adds 520 net metering systems in 2018, up almost 53%; Talk Business & Politics

The [AAEA] announced the record rise Monday (April 1) after the state legislature approved third-party financing of solar arrays and to increase commercial project size limits up to 1-megawatt. Third-party solar leasing might double or triple the number of solar jobs in Arkansas, according to a recent analysis from the Business Innovations Legal Clinic of the William H. Bowen School of Law at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. The number of solar jobs in the state rose 30% to 369 in 2018, from 284 in 2017, according to report from The Solar Foundation. (Apr. 1, 2019.) Read the article.

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