In this May 13, 2015 photo, some of the more than 37,000 solar panels gather sunlight at the Space Coast Next Generation Solar Center, in Merritt Island. Industry experts rank Florida third in the nation in rooftop solar energy potential but 13th in the amount of solar energy generated. Renewable energy experts and the solar industry say Florida lags behind because the state is one of only four that require solar energy to be sold exclusively by utilities.
In this May 13, 2015 photo, some of the more than 37,000 solar panels gather sunlight at the Space Coast Next Generation Solar Center, in Merritt Island. Industry experts rank Florida third in the nation in rooftop solar energy potential but 13th in the amount of solar energy generated. Renewable energy experts and the solar industry say Florida lags behind because the state is one of only four that require solar energy to be sold exclusively by utilities. John Raoux AP
In this May 13, 2015 photo, some of the more than 37,000 solar panels gather sunlight at the Space Coast Next Generation Solar Center, in Merritt Island. Industry experts rank Florida third in the nation in rooftop solar energy potential but 13th in the amount of solar energy generated. Renewable energy experts and the solar industry say Florida lags behind because the state is one of only four that require solar energy to be sold exclusively by utilities. John Raoux AP

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