Solar power in Mississippi on rooftops can provide 22% of all electricity used in Mississippi. Mississippi is one of only two states, along with Florida, to have no potential for wind power, having no locations that would provide at least 30% capacity factor, although 30,000 MW of 100 meter high turbines would operate at 25% capacity factor.
Offering net metering is required by federal law, but Mississippi is one of only four states to not have adopted a statewide policy on net metering, which means it needs to be negotiated with the utility.
- Source: NREL
|Mississippi Grid-Connected PV Capacity (MW)
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