Has Solar Power in Florida reached a tipping point?

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Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC), the city’s electricity provider, signed a 20 year power purchase agreement (PPA) at $0.07 per kWh with American Capital Energy for the output of the 13 MW Curtis Stanton Energy Center, the Orlando Sentinel reports. 

The new solar power, the utility reports, costs it less than the $0.08 per kWh cost the company incurs generating electricity from coal and natural gas.

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