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Texas “Advanced Energy” Going Big, Report Finds

Originally published on Solar Love.

Secure, clean, and affordable energy is driving the US economy toward a more prosperous future. Solar and wind power generation are making significant contributions to this rising prosperity. And in Texas, where everything is bigger, this is true in a very big way. Solar and wind projects on the ground and in the Texas pipelines are…

 
 
 
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