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(AP) Solar energy island will be up and operational in Florida next month, but the cost of installing the island could soon skyrocket.
The company behind the project says it’s making a few tweaks and it will begin operating solar power installations in June, but will have to pay for the installation costs of a large portion of the islands, such as the $1.9 billion project site.
The company says the company will have a small portion of its $4.8 billion solar power plant site up and operating as of June 1, and will also begin to charge the solar installation costs to customers.
Sunrise Solar said Wednesday that the solar plant was up and working, but that the company has had to adjust some costs to reflect the higher costs of the project.
The solar installation cost for the island was $3.4 billion, which includes the costs of land acquisition, construction and utilities, according to the company.
Sunshine Energy said the cost to install the solar power is expected to increase from $4 billion to $6.4 million, but it expects that cost will decline to $2.4 $3 billion by the end of 2018, when it expects the project to be fully operational.
The project has been in the works for years, but its final approval is a long way from being completed.
Sunlight Power is owned by SunEdison, a private equity firm.
The group had previously said the project was moving ahead, but has now announced a delay.
The delay comes as a result of a dispute over the price of land that SunEdication acquired in the Florida Keys in the late 1980s.
SunEdison filed for bankruptcy protection in May, citing an inability to pay the debt on the property.
SunPower also is not the only company developing solar energy projects in Florida.
SunPower, owned by Exelon, is developing an island off the coast of Key West.
Exelons chief executive officer Robert Siegel said Wednesday the company is in the process of setting up solar projects that will generate electricity and will be ready to take the project public in the summer of 2019.
Sunpower’s proposed solar project on a 1,000-acre site in Key West, Florida.
The project would provide electricity to customers for about $4 a month.
Sun Power has a plan to produce enough electricity to power a city of 1 million for four years.
It plans to begin building the project in 2018.
Sun Power said it will use a portion of those electricity to install solar panels and will pay for those solar panels’ installation and maintenance.
The solar power project would generate about 200 megawatts of electricity.
SunEnergy has not yet determined the amount of electricity generated from the solar project.
Sun Energy will pay about $5.8 million in installation and service costs, including the cost for land acquisition and construction.
The installation of the island and associated infrastructure will be covered by ExELON.
SunEnergy’s Solar Power Island project, located off Key West Key, Florida, is one of three planned solar power projects in the United States.
The other three projects are the SunPower plant in Louisiana and the Exelonics Power Plant in New Jersey.
The Exelonic project is located off the New Jersey coast.
SunTech, which is the parent company of Exelomid, is the developer of the Exelnonics project and will build the Exellonics project in the Keys.
The two projects are expected to cost $1 billion.
SunTech’s Exelos project is the only other solar project in Florida, but plans for the project have been delayed because of the state’s tax incentive program.
Suntech has said that its Solar Power island project in Key Largo, Florida would generate 500 megawatts in the first year.
SunTec, which owns SunPower and ExelTech, has been developing solar projects in New Mexico, Texas and Florida.
The Florida solar project, dubbed the Solar Power Solar Island, was scheduled to be completed in 2020.