- At utility-scale facilities where PV is one of several technologies in use, the PV capacity itself may be less than one megawatt, but this is relatively rare: based on EIA's latest data, only 20 sites with a total combined capacity of 10 MW were in this category.
- In other states, the growth of small utility-scale PV capacity is encouraged by strategies that include, for example, community solar facilities.
- Solar PV facilities with less than one megawatt in capacity are not included in EIA's surveys of electricity generators, but their aggregate capacities are included in the EIA's survey of electric power sales, revenue, and energy efficiency and are represented in EIA's Electric Power Monthly.
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