FLS Energy Begins Construction on 96 Megawatts of Utility Scale Solar in N.C.

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FLS Energy Begins Construction on 96 Megawatts of Utility Scale Solar in N.C.

FLS Energy has closed financing and begun construction on 96 megawatts of utility-scale solar facilities across eight locations in North Carolina. The solar energy plants will produce approximately 144,689,000 million kilowatt hours of electricity per year or enough energy to power over 13,400 average U.S. homes.

The portfolio of projects is the first phase of approximately 225 megawatts of solar energy facilities FLS Energy will be building in 2016. “We are very excited to begin construction on this group of projects and closing this large a financial transaction represents a real milestone for FLS” said Dale Freudenberger, CEO of FLS Energy. “These projects are an example of the thriving North Carolina solar industry and how good policy can promote and create high paying, permanent jobs for our state.”

About FLS Energy
FLS Energy is a full service solar energy provider that owns and operates a portfolio of solar energy assets throughout the U.S. Our development team takes a project from conception to commissioning and offers complete in-house system design, engineering, construction, financing and turnkey project development. FLS Energy’s mission is to make solar mainstream. We are committed to building a scalable and sustainable business model that values the contributions of each of our employees while remaining good stewards of the world in which we live. For more information on FLS Energy, please visit http://www.flsenergy.com

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