In a state that has been teeming with solar resources since the beginning of time, it’s ironic that a fight to seize upon that great, untapped resource is only now taking place. In a recent study performed by the University of Arizona, Georgia ranked in the top three U.S. states most capable of harnessing that abundance of solar to not only create clean energy, but to also create new jobs and dramatically increase state and local revenue. Yet to date, that potential remains far from full realization. But if a certain Atlanta-based startup gets its way, it may only be a matter of time before the first giant leap is taken.
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