Could Oklahoma Be A Solar Boom State? New AG Opinion Says Maybe

By Frank Andorka By Frank Andorka, Senior Correspondent

Baby steps.
That’s what you could call the Oklahoma Attorney General’s recent opinion that says third-party solar contracts – PPAs, leases and loans – would not result in solar installers or consumers being considered utilities.
This is a debate that has swept the country, and most recently occurred in Florida, where a decision similar to the Oklahoma one has led to a flood of residential solar companies into the state, including some of the nation’s largest solar companies with names you know like Sunrun and Vivint.
Could Oklahoma be next?

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