Mississippi Power’s Sumrall solar facility sits on 590 acres in Lamar County, making it the largest in the state. The utility’s parent company, Southern Co., announced Wednesday it’s shopping part of its solar-generation business to raise cash. Southern Power, a subsidiary separate from Mississippi Power, owns 27 solar projects across the country.
Mississippi Power’s Sumrall solar facility sits on 590 acres in Lamar County, making it the largest in the state. The utility’s parent company, Southern Co., announced Wednesday it’s shopping part of its solar-generation business to raise cash. Southern Power, a subsidiary separate from Mississippi Power, owns 27 solar projects across the country. Mississippi Power
Mississippi Power’s Sumrall solar facility sits on 590 acres in Lamar County, making it the largest in the state. The utility’s parent company, Southern Co., announced Wednesday it’s shopping part of its solar-generation business to raise cash. Southern Power, a subsidiary separate from Mississippi Power, owns 27 solar projects across the country. Mississippi Power

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