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Business North Carolina;Dec2015, Vol. 35 Issue 12, p64
The article discusses the capital investment for the operation of the Amazon Wind Farm US East economic development project in North Carolina. Topics discussed include the electricity savings and industrial development that a clean energy generates from the customers, the public policies on renewable energy, and the refusal of lawmakers to extend a 1999 tax credit for rooftop commercial and residential solar systems.


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