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$68m in solar rebates goes fast

State readying new plan for Jan.

Nexamp employees installed solar panels atop NewStream in Attleboro last month. Nexamp employees installed solar panels atop NewStream in Attleboro last month. (Jonathan Wiggs/ Globe Staff)
By Erin Ailworth
Globe Staff / December 1, 2009

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Massachusetts is burning through money for solar projects. A $68 million state fund to provide sizable rebates to homeowners and business owners who install solar panels was expected to last three or four years. But the program - offering homeowners rebates that averaged more than $13,000 - proved so popular that the $68 million was tapped out in October, just ... (Full article: 1009 words)

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