Joseph Molina, Martin Cabrera and Luis Vergara, left to right, of Cutler Bay Solar Solutions install solar panels at a home in South Miami-Dade County in November. Environmentalists have filed a challenge to a utility-backed referendum that would make solar energy more affordable for homeowners.
Joseph Molina, Martin Cabrera and Luis Vergara, left to right, of Cutler Bay Solar Solutions install solar panels at a home in South Miami-Dade County in November. Environmentalists have filed a challenge to a utility-backed referendum that would make solar energy more affordable for homeowners. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com
Joseph Molina, Martin Cabrera and Luis Vergara, left to right, of Cutler Bay Solar Solutions install solar panels at a home in South Miami-Dade County in November. Environmentalists have filed a challenge to a utility-backed referendum that would make solar energy more affordable for homeowners. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com

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