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|Tuesday, May 18, 2010|
Beaverton hopes to lead suburbs in adoption of new sustainability measures, by partnering with California-based SolarCity to provide discounted solar panels to 50 homes.
Mayor Denny Doyle will announce the project this week as the first initiative in Beaverton's new sustainability plan.
Read the whole story at OregonLive.com.
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